The Rotary Clubs in Woodland support youth programs in a variety of ways.
Here is an information poster with links for different youth programs generally available, and links to the Camp Venture and Camp Royal applications.
Camp Royal information and application.
Camp Venture information and application.
Woodland Interact Club
Questions or want more information?
Contact Gary Wegener 530 666 4098
or Lynn Jepsen, Sunrise Rotary
Rotary has a focus area on youth. The following programs are available, providing our clubs the opportunity to build closer ties with students at our local high schools and demonstrates Rotary’s commitment to youth.
Camp Venture (Open to students going into their senior year the following fall; three slots available.) Camp Venture Camp Venture is a five day training and motivational camp for students who have finished their junior year and are interested in pursuing a career in business, particularly as entrepreneurs. It is held in late June at the Maritime Academy California State University in Vallejo. Students, sponsored by their local Rotary Clubs, have the opportunity to interact with experienced business people and meet with other students in District 5160 who have similar interests. More information: http://www.rotary5160.org/programs-youth/camp-venture/ Application form
Camp Royal (Open to students the summer before their senior year; two to three slots available.) Camp Royal is the Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) Conference organized each June in the mountains of northern California. This is a premier leadership training opportunity provided to worthy young people by our Rotary Clubs, as part of Rotary’s Youth Programs mission. More info: http://www.camproyal.org/ Application form
Rotary Youth Exchange. These are usually for a 10 month period, where a student lives with a host family in a foreign country and is required to attend school there. There are “outgoing” and “incoming” programs. See http://yex.rotary5160.net/ for more information.
Rotary Interact Club This is open to youth from 12-18 who want to connect with others in their community or school. Interact club members have fun while carrying out service projects and learning about the world. Interact clubs organize at least two service projects a year: one that benefits their community and one that encourages international understanding. While Interact clubs receive guidance from individual Rotary clubs, they govern and support themselves. Click here for more info: http://www.woodlandrotary.org/interact.cfm
Rotaract This is a service club for young men and women ages 18 to 30 who are dedicated to community and international service. They are self governing and self supporting and can be either college or community based. There is a UC Davis Rotaract Club: www.crcdavis.org
The 4 Way Test: We are no longer doing the 4 way test speech contest, but are exploring interest in a recognition program piloted in the bay area, for students that follow the four way test principles. Confirmation/details to follow.
Contact Raylene Ewing, Luna Vista Rotary for further information.
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