Rotary Vocational Service aims to “encourage and foster high ethical standards in business and professions , the recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations and the dignifying of each Rotarian’s occupation as an opportunity to serve society”.
Arrange Club out-visits to: Member’s businesses or factories,
Police, Fire, Local Government & Ambulance stations. If necessary a mobile caterer can provide on-site meals.
Assist Program director by finding a suitable Vocational Guest speaker
To showcase some of the programs that Vocational Director offer to members and guests of our clubs is to involve them in the following programs:
Pride of Workmanship Award – Applicants for this award show outstanding service and pride in their profession in our community.
RYLA – Rotary Youth Leadership Award – Is offered to young people between the age of 18 – 25 years of age and offers rewarding training in leadership and personal development.
Vocational Excellence Award – Available to business or individual that portrays excellence in their profession.
Outback Links – Opportunity for travelling Rotarians to offer help to farmers in remote areas who require companionship or help in simple tasks that they would not necessarily be able to apply for.
NYSF – National Youth Science Forum – Offered to High School high achievers in Science fields in order to follow up careers when leaving school.
The following courses are offered to High School students who intend to use these courses to further their development in their chosen careers.
RYMARINE – Rotary Youth Marine Experience
RYSTARS – Study of Stars at Observatory Coonabarabran
RACE – Rotary Aviation Careers Expo
RYDA – Roadsafe Youth Drivers Awareness
Arrange a “Careers Forum” at a local High School. Talk to the Career’s teacher re setting up this Forum. Invite students to a Rotary meeting when we have a Guest speaker who would be of interest to them.