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Presentation by Rotaractors Andreas Rath (Austria) and Cathy Gonzales (Philippines) from a workshop at the 2012 Rotaract Preconvention Meeting in Bangkok, Thailand.

Presentation by Rotaractors Andreas Rath (Austria) and Cathy Gonzales (Philippines) from a workshop at the 2012 Rotaract Preconvention Meeting in Bangkok, Thailand.

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    Rotaract 2012: Making a Difference as a District Rotaract Representative Rotaract 2012: Making a Difference as a District Rotaract Representative Presentation Transcript

    • Making a Difference as aDistrict RotaractRepresentative:DRR Training Session Andreas Rath, Austria Cathy Gonzales, Philippines
    • TIMI TIMI TAMITIMI TIMI TAMILEVITITIOTIMI TIMI TAMILEVITITIOTIO TIO TIOTIO TIO TIOTIMI TIMI TAMILEVITITIO
    • THE DISTRICT ROTARACTREPRESENTATIVE
    • DRR•The GUIDE•The HERALD•The MANAGER•The STUDENT
    • GROUPDISCUSSIONS
    • GROUPPRESENTATIONS
    • LET’S PRACTICE!
    • The Rotaract Club of XYZ is a newly-chartered university-based club. Oneday, they came to DRR Gem sayingthat they want to do a project in apoor community near their school.But since they are new, they areseeking her advice on how to conductservice projects. Suggest ways on howshould DRR Gem assist the RotaractClub of XYZ.
    • To begin the Rotary Year, DRR Amiewants to provide whole-day trainingfor club officers. 90% of these officershave never attended a DistrictTraining program before and theiraverage residency in Rotaract is 1-2years. Help draft a training programfor DRR Amie’s District.
    • The Rotaract Club of ABC has been active in theDistrict. However, its club members and officersoften complain of their Rotarians and vice-versa. On the one hand, the Rotaractors feelthat the Rotarians are trying to run the club forthem. On the other hand, the Rotarians feelignored because Rotaractors do things withouttheir knowledge. What would be your course/sof action if you were the DRR?
    • In the areas within DRR Melody’s District,there are lots of students and youngprofessionals who aren’t involved withthe Rotaract program yet but according tothe Rotaractors, they have experienced alot of rejections when they invite. DRRMelody wanted to help clubs in theirDistrict with this problem. Proposecreative methods to attract young peopleto join Rotaract.
    • DRR Aaron’s District is planningon conducting Battle of theBands to finance a district wideproject. Advise DRR Aaron onwhat items should be on his listto effectively oversee theproject.
    • There is a Multi-DistrictInformation Organization inCountry X and DRR Boom’sDistrict is not yet part of it.How can he convince his clubpresidents to have the Districtjoin the MDIO?
    • DRR Daniel’s District has 20Rotaract clubs but he is very wellaware that only 50% of the Rotaryclubs sponsor Rotaract clubs. HelpDRR Daniel by helping himdevelop plan/s to convince Rotaryclubs to sponsor Rotaract clubs.
    • Thank you! 