24 October 2011 — Vocational Service

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With International, Club, Community, and New Generations, VOCATIONAL SERVICE is one of Rotary’s Five Avenues of Service. When we consider how often Rotarians mention that Vocational Service is the least understood, or perhaps most misunderstood, Avenue, we might think we should have figured it out by now. But Vocational Service is the least understood, or perhaps most misunderstood, Avenue. Here is an introduction to Vocational Service, courtesy of Rotary International’s “E-Learning Center,” followed by some ideas for projects and activities.

 

Declaration of Rotarians in Business and Professions

 

Here is the most recent (7 October 2011) VOCATIONAL SERVICE UPDATE, a quarterly newsletter from Rotary International.

Here is very recent information from the Rotary International website about Vocational Service.

Here is a roundup of recent model Vocational Service projects.

SOME IDEAS FROM AUSTRALIA (because they put this on YouTube a couple of years ago!):

 

Language of the Week: Farsi

Rotary Fellowship of the Week: Antique, Classic and Historic Automobile world Fellowship of Rotarians

2 responses to 24 October 2011 — Vocational Service

  1. Very informative update on Vocational Service. Is the Code of Conduct replaced the Declaration of Rotarians in Business and Professions, they are very similar? I signed up for the Vocational Service Update

    Thank you again for an enjoyable makeup

    Best Regards in Rotary

    Drew

    Drew Ashley
    Honeoye Falls-Mendon Rotary
    Rotary District 7120, USA

  2. Drew, thanks for visiting again! I haven’t heard that the “Declaration” has been replaced, and it’s still available on the RI website as is.

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