Ohana means Rotaract. Rotaract means nobody gets left unaided. If you want to make a difference, you can. We’re counting on you, though. We appreciate everyone who joins!
You’re invited to our Third General Meeting on TUESDAY, 2/26 from 7-8 PM in 70 Evans
Now that most of you have been sorted into your families, come dressed in your FAMILY COLOR (Axels=Red, Freds=Blue, Gustaves=Yellow, Hirams=Green, O’Neils=Teal, Pauls=Purple, Silvesters=Black) to support your Rotaract Families, and if you aren’t in a family, no worries! Come wearing your favorite bright, tropical color to join in with the fun!!
There are a ton of socials planned for March, and you’ll be the first to hear about them so come ready to mark your calendars! We’ll be introducing our new Rotaract Interns, spotlighting another officer, and announcing our first ever Member of the Month Award recipient as well.
Events to be featured are:
– 3/1, Big C Hike
– 3/2, Family Feud Game Night
– 3/4, International Committee Meeting
– 3/6, Local Committee Meeting
– 3/9, Berkeley Project
We’ll be serving some yummy snacks (per usual) and there’ll be tons of spirit so hope you can make it out! The meeting will start promptly at 7:10 (Berkeley time).
For more information, contact email@example.com
WHY JOIN ROTARACT?
The big question: why Rotaract and not just any other community service organization?
– COMMUNITY & INTERNATIONAL SERVICE PROJECTS
– HELP LEAD YOUR OWN PROJECTS
– FIELD-SPECIFIC MENTORSHIP PROGRAM WITH BERKELEY ROTARY
– SCHOLARSHIPS FROM ROTARY INTERNATIONAL
– SOCIALS, CONFERENCES & RETREATS
– NETWORKING AND FRIENDSHIP BUILDING
– BECOME PART OF A FAMILY
– A FUN & DYNAMIC EXPERIENCE!
As a Rotaractor, not only will you be able to commit yourself to community & international service, you will also work closely with Rotarians (professionals in the top echelons of their field), gain valuable professional development skills, and get inside access to scholarships and internships aimed at Rotaractors!
ABOUT BERKELEY ROTARACT
Berkeley Rotaract meets bi-monthly. We address many of global and local issues pertinent to today’s society, developing projects that promote service, build friendship and provide a forum for cultural exchange.
All students–undergraduates and graduates–are welcome!