Rotaract brings together young people ages 18-25 to exchange ideas, develop leadership and professional skills, and carry out service projects while having fun together.

Rotaract clubs decide for themselves how to organize and how to organize and manage their club, plan and carry out service activities and projects

Rotaract clubs decide how to organize and manage their club, plan and carry out service projects and activities that benefit causes relevant to their community.

Sponsor Rotary clubs provide guidance and support and work together as partners in service.

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Interact is Rotary’s form of membership for boys and girls ages 12-18. Interact clubs help young people develop their leadership skills and discover the value of selfless service. Each club organizes at least two projects each year, one to benefit its school or community, and one to promote international understanding. Young people who attend an Interact club can take action and make a difference in their local school/community, discover new cultures and promote international understanding, develop leadership skills, and make new friends with boys and girls from around the world.

Like Rotary, Interact is structured into clubs sponsored by one or more local Rotary clubs. The sponsor Rotary clubs mentor and guide Interactors to carry out projects and develop their leadership skills.

Major annual gatherings include World Interact Week, Rotary Youth Day at the United Nations and World Youth Action Day.

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Rotary Action Groups

Rotary Action Groups (RAGs) are autonomous, Rotary-affiliated groups composed of people from around the world who are experts in a particular field (e.g., economic development, peace, addiction prevention, environmental advocacy, etc.).

Rotary Action Groups offer their technical expertise and support to help Rotary Clubs and Rotaract Clubs plan and implement projects to increase their impact, one of Rotary’s strategic priorities. Support includes assistance in finding partners, funding, and other resources. Groups can also help Clubs complete applications for grants, conduct community assessments, and establish plans for monitoring and evaluating projects.

Rotary Action Groups are divided into areas of focus: promoting peace, health, access to water and sanitation, protecting mothers and children, supporting education, developing local economies, and protecting the environment. Find the complete list here.

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Rotary Clubs

Rotary Fellowships are international groups of like-minded Rotarians. Being a part of these fellowships is a fun way to make friends from around the world, explore a hobby or profession, and enhance your Rotary experience.

More than 90 clubs are currently active, uniting members in friendship and expanding opportunities to enjoy their recreational, sporting or professional activities: from cycling to skiing, Latin culture to jazz, doctors to photographers, and even wine tasting to beer. Find the full list here.