May 15, 2021
Public Image 101 and Youth Programs
Saturday, May 15, 2021 9:00-10:45am: Public Image 101 with District Public Image Chair, Pearl Wright and then a discussion of the new Rotaract-Rotary partnership, as well as a brief overview of the ‘why do it and how to do it’ of Interact, RYLA, and Youth Exchange.
Pearl will cover:
• Brand Center at rotary.org and the resources there.
• District website – the PI resources there.
• District newsletter (updating your member roster regularly, submit blurbs to Club Hub)
• Social media basics – or where to find resources
• People of Action billboards in the District and how clubs might tie in with their social media.
• Learning Center resources for Public Image including how to take a photo that tells your club’s
May 15, 2021
Club Secretary Training
Saturday, May 15, 2021 11:00am-Noon: Club Secretary Training. Be sure your Club Secretary is aware of this date, and attends! Presented by District Governor Linda Sappington.
June 9, 2021
Youth Protection Training
Club Youth Chairs and Presidents Elect (where no Youth Chair has been selected as of yet): If you are planning on participating in ANY Rotary Youth program during the 2021-2022 Rotary Year (RYLA or Interact) you MUST participate in this training on Rotary International required Youth Protection Protocols given by Past District Governor and Utah Rotary Youth Protection Officer Penny Atkinson on Wednesday, June 9, 5:00-6:00pm.
June 23, 2021
Part 1 of the Rotary Leadership Institute
June 23 & 24, 2021
Part 1 of the Rotary Leadership Institute will held on Tuesday, June 23 and Wednesday, June 24, 6:30-9:30pm both evenings. Participants must attend both evenings. The deadline for application submission is Wednesday, June 16.
Please request an application by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions may be directed to Glade Hamilton, Chair, Rotary Leadership Institute, District 5420 by phone (435) 559-6481.
Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) is a leadership and development program to strengthen Rotary clubs through education, collaboration and exchange of ideas among Rotarians representing small to medium to large Rotary clubs, from rural, as well as urban areas. If you want to understand the many opportunities for service provided by Rotary International and be a doer in making your community better and bringing peace to the world, then RLI is for you. Participants will gain a breadth of knowledge about strengthening clubs and understanding the vast array of opportunities to provide service locally, as well as internationally.
RLI is taught sequentially in three modules (Parts) in an atmosphere to engage participants in open discussion, problem solving and creative role-play. The faculty are experienced Rotarians who emulate “Service Above Self.” Each module is 6 hours in length. Each of the three face-to-face modules are provided on three different Saturdays. (NOTE: the face-to-face modules are unavailable due to COVID restrictions). Whereas, the virtual training is 3 hours on a Tuesday and 3 hours on a Wednesday evening via ZOOM meeting. Upon completion of the 18 hour training, a graduation certificate is presented to identify the Rotarian as a more knowledgeable and committed member.