Zone 34 Interact Award
The aim of international service in Interact is to encourage and foster the advancement of international understanding, goodwill and peace, through a world fellowship of youth united in the ideal of service. The aim of community and school service is to encourage and foster the application of the ideal of service by each Interact Club member to his or her personal, community and school life.
Interact Clubs are asked to complete the following questionnaire to test their activities. Clubs scoring at least 30 points out of a possible 50 will qualify for the 2016-17 Zone Award.
Once completed, this application should be reviewed and signed by the sponsoring Rotary Club president to certify the Interact Club's achievement and then sent to the District Governor (not to Rotary International), no later than the 31st of March, 2017.
Your Rotary, Rotaract, or Interact club can earn a Presidential Citation for achieving goals that strengthen Rotary and your club. Activities include growing your membership, developing sustainable service projects, giving to The Rotary Foundation, and building awareness of Rotary in your community.
See all of this year's goals for Interact clubs
► 15 August 2017: Interact clubs' qualifications verified by a sponsor Rotary club president or district leader
Interact club reports
Interact clubs can't report their activities online. Interact club leaders should report their activities to the sponsor club president, who can verify completion of the goals online beginning in June 2017.
Zone 34 Public Image Citation
Each Rotaract club must complete three (3) REQUIRED activities and two (2) out of seven additional activities by March 31, 2017.
- Develop a club Public Relations plan and submit it to your District Public Image Chair.
- Define your club’s signature activity, event, fundraiser, project and promote it to the public and Rotary Club Central.
- Organize an event that results in significant media coverage, that engages your members and offers the opportunity to promote your club and The Rotary Foundation Centennial. Submit a report of your event with examples of media coverage to your District Public Image Chair.
Zone 34 Rotaract Award
Rotaract Clubs are asked to complete the following questionnaire to test their activities. Clubs that score at least 30 points, out of a possible 50, will qualify for the 2016-17 Zone 34 Rotaract Award.
The questionnaire is to be reviewed and signed by the sponsoring Rotary Club President to certify the Rotaract Club's achievement and then sent to the District Governor. The completed questionnaire must be received by the District Governor no later than the 31st of March for the club to be eligible for the award.
The answers to all questions below are subject to The Four Way Test!
Your Rotaract club can earn a Presidential Citation for achieving goals that strengthen Rotary and your club. Activities include growing your membership, developing sustainable service projects, giving to The Rotary Foundation, and building awareness of Rotary in your community.
See all of this year's goals for Rotaract clubs
► 30 June 2017: All activities completed
► 30 June 2017: Rotary and Rotaract clubs' accomplishments entered in Rotary's database
Rotaract club reports
Online reports make it easy for club leaders to track progress on each of the citation's goals. If you have questions about your dashboard report or the . . .