Electives

Attracting Young Professionals – Panel Discussion

Description: Learn about the Young Professional Movement, embraced by Rotary International, with a focus of flexibility in attracting younger members. Find out how some districts and clubs have already captured the spirit of the Young Professional Movement and turned it into actual membership.

Time: 9 am, 10 am, 11 am
Room: Imperial A & B
Panel: Darlene Fukuji (Moderator), Bryson Ishii, Jenna Nicholas, Wissam Takieddine, DG Cozette Vergari

Fundraising

Description: Discover the “fun” in Fundraising! See a video of different events that worked for small to large clubs and raised many thousands of dollars. Learn how to plan your club’s event and get the most out of it. Hear about the Charity Partners model that has raised over $850,000!

Time: 9 am, 10 am, 11 am
Room: Scottsdale
Instructors: Raymond Bushnell

Communications, Social Media & Rotary

Description: Having an active, vibrant and current social media presence can help attract new members and inspire current ones. Learn how to effectively share your club’s activities, projects, ideas and messages with your Rotarian and non-Rotarian community through various forms of electronic communication. Got Facebook?

Time: 9 am, 10am, 11 am
Room:  Boston
Instructors: Michael Boyer

Membership It’s Priority #1!

Learn how to improve both your club’s culture and rotary brand experience to significantly increase member retention.

Description: The Priority #1 presentation is 3 hours with a break in the middle. It will introduce innovative and unique concepts and tools that clubs can adopt to attract and retain members.  Sustaining and increasing your club’s membership base is a key responsibility of club presidents and leaders.

Time: 9 am
Room: Imperial D
Instructors: Steve Lingenbrink, Joe Ramos, Nicole Jones

Conflict Resolution

Description: Does your club occasionally have differences of opinion between or among its members?  Does your club have members who cause conflict?  This session will address these issues and challenges

Time: 10 am, 11 am
Room:  Denver
Instructor: Randy Brooks

Club Culture

Description: Some clubs are known for being happy, friendly and having fun, while others may be dull, boring, and unattractive. This session looks at how to develop and maintain an appealing culture, one which will attract and keep members

Time: 9 am, 10 am, 11 am
Room:
Atlanta
Instructor: Wade Nomura

Partner’s Session

Time: Saturday 9 pm – 11:45 am
Room: Denver

Service Project: How to make WAPIs and Solar Cookers and how to use them together to Cook and purify water.

Time: Saturday 2 pm – 4 pm
Room: Denver
Facilitators: Shab El Awar, Bricia El Awar and Larry Rice