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1 Youth Service & New Generations the 5 th Avenue of Service Cathy Coats Harpster– Fall 2013

2 Interact Rotaract Youth Exchange Programs

3 Rotary Against Drugs Speech Contest Rotary Youth Leadership Program

4 Rotaract A service club for young men and women ages 18 to 30. Either community or university based. Eligible for district grants

5 Interact Is a service club for students (now includes middle school students) Needs both a Rotarian adviser and a faculty adviser Must meet at least twice a month (Participation in a project may count as a meeting make-up.) Focuses on leadership skills through planning and participating in community and international projects

6 Interact/Rotaract Leadership Training Conference TBD CHECK DISTRICT CALENDAR FOR UPDATES

7 RYLP Rotary Youth Leadership Program RYLP is District 7690s leadership training program for young people

8 RYLP: The Basics Who: 54 selected high school rising Jrs/Srs When: Third week of July (July 13-19, 14 ) Where: Guilford College in Greensboro How: Apply online Cost: $ per attendee, but clubs can share this! (i.e. 2 clubs can sponsor one student) Also: MANDATORY ORIENTATION (May 18, 14)

9 RYLP Timeline January: Website and Online Applications open; Info to club presidents; clubs notify RYLP (Magill) of Selection Chair January – mid-March: Selection Chair coordinates with local schools to identify prospects, have students submit online applications, conduct interviews and/or review sessions to select first choices and alternates Mid-March: Selection Chair submits apps (includes picture, signed forms, etc.) and check(s) Mid – April: RYLP committee selects attendees; notifies students and sponsoring club(s)

10 Rotary Against Drugs Speech Contest (RAD) Conceived as a means for students to be educated about the dangers of drugs by their peers, not adults Students present speeches to the student body (if possible) School winner advances to district event

11 Rotary Against Drugs Speech Contest District event: ( Only 1 participant from a school) – GTCC (Jamestown); Sears Bld. – February 15, 2014 (Saturday), 9 a.m. – 1 st place District winner will present his/her speech at the District Conference. – Top three winners invited to Multi-district event in Raleigh

12 Youth Service & New Generations Contacts Chair: Cathy Coats Harpster Interact: Terry Ball Anne Murr Rotaract: Howard Hicks Jennifer Johnson RYLP: Sam Magill RAD: Karen L. Morris Youth Exchange: Tanya Feagins

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