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2016 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION
Diversity in Exchanges
Sue Goldsen D-6400,
Jany Hatanaka D-4430,
Todd Jenkins D-6110
• 1) Take out a sheet paper and pen!
• 2) Draw an image of the first thing that
comes to your mind or word?
– Rotary Youth...
• District Grants
• Club project
• Sponorships/Partners
SCHOLARSHIPS
ONE WAY EXCHANGES
• We can offer great Opportunity to students
• Eventually this could lead to countries becoming
certifie...
• Following as ambassadors with all
experiences supported by Rotary during
exchange year
Experiences with East Timor
Experiences with East Timor
Estimate budget for each student:
DESCRIPTION VALUE US$ DOLLARS
•BEFORE THE EXCHANGE
1. Air fare 1600,00
2. Health Insuran...
21 Brazilian Districts will host in August
2016 21 new haitian inbounds
ABIJ - The agreement with D7020
Brazilian Meeting 2015
Brazilian Meeting 2015
Brazilian Meeting 2015
Audience participation…..
What’s working for you?
How are you opening up new
exchanges?
Rate this session! Your feedback is valuable so remember to
complete the brief session evaluation in the convention mobile...
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Diversity in Exchanges

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How can we provide exchange opportunities to students
from more countries, cultures, and financial backgrounds?
Join us as we discuss ways your district can utilize
scholarships, one-way exchanges, and district grants
to foster a truly diverse body of exceptional students.

Sue Goldsen
D6400, USA

Jany Hatanaka
D4430, Brazil

Todd Jenkins
D6110, USA

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Diversity in Exchanges

  1. 1. 2016 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION Diversity in Exchanges Sue Goldsen D-6400, Jany Hatanaka D-4430, Todd Jenkins D-6110
  2. 2. • 1) Take out a sheet paper and pen! • 2) Draw an image of the first thing that comes to your mind or word? – Rotary Youth Exchange – Diversity in Rotary Youth Exchange – The type of diversity you wish to see or would like in RYE? Lets imagine!
  3. 3. • District Grants • Club project • Sponorships/Partners SCHOLARSHIPS
  4. 4. ONE WAY EXCHANGES • We can offer great Opportunity to students • Eventually this could lead to countries becoming certified who are not
  5. 5. • Following as ambassadors with all experiences supported by Rotary during exchange year Experiences with East Timor
  6. 6. Experiences with East Timor
  7. 7. Estimate budget for each student: DESCRIPTION VALUE US$ DOLLARS •BEFORE THE EXCHANGE 1. Air fare 1600,00 2. Health Insurance 1000,00 3. Visa (Visa fee + Brazilian ID card) 170,00 4. Personal expenses (business cards, pins, souvenirs for host family baggage, clothing 250,00 5. Rotary custom blazer 100,00 •DURING THE EXCHANGE 6. Monthly allowance(12 months x 75,00) 900,00 7. Clothing 230,00 8. School supplies and uniform 200,00 9. Portuguese language tutoring 150,00 •TOTAL US$ 4.450 ABIJ and D 7020 Haiti
  8. 8. 21 Brazilian Districts will host in August 2016 21 new haitian inbounds ABIJ - The agreement with D7020
  9. 9. Brazilian Meeting 2015
  10. 10. Brazilian Meeting 2015
  11. 11. Brazilian Meeting 2015
  12. 12. Audience participation….. What’s working for you? How are you opening up new exchanges?
  13. 13. Rate this session! Your feedback is valuable so remember to complete the brief session evaluation in the convention mobile app. To download the app, search for “Rotary Events” in your Apple or Android app store. This presentation and others from throughout the convention are available through the convention mobile app and on SlideShare at www.SlideShare.net/Rotary_International.

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