New Generations Service Exchange

This is an individual vocational reciprocal exchange organised by and between Rotary Districts with the cooperation of local clubs which started in 2014.

The New Generations Service Exchanges

New Generations Service Exchange is a short-term, customizable program for university students and young professionals up to age 30. Participants can design exchanges that combine their professional goals with a humanitarian project.

What are the benefits?

  • Make connections with service-minded community leaders in another country
  • Learn another language
  • Build your professional skills and gain international experience
  • Travel and explore a new culture while giving back through service

What is an exchange like?    With your host Rotary district, you’ll plan activities that can include networking, relationship building, humanitarian service, professional development, and leadership training. Exchanges last from a few weeks to six months, can be arranged for individuals or groups and need not be reciprocal

How much does it cost?

Costs vary by Rotary club. To reduce expenses, Rotary members often provide homestay options, arrange no-cost internship or job-shadowing programs, and offer other financial assistance. Contact your local Rotary club to find out what it costs to participate in a New Generations Service Exchange.

How do I apply?

University students and professionals up to age 30 — including current and former Rotaractors and former Interactors, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards participants, and Youth Exchange students — are encouraged to apply. You don’t have to be a member of Rotary to participate in an exchange. Although each Rotary club determines its own eligibility criteria, all participants should demonstrate a strong commitment to service and the ideals of Rotary. Contact your local Rotary club to see what exchange opportunities are available and what the application process involves. Register your interest online at  and we will get back to you fast. Submit applications by 28th Feb 2021 to  

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