What are the main goals of Rotaract


“A Rotaract club is a community of young women and men aged 18 to 35 that is sponsored and cared for by a Rotary club.” So much for the definition. However, this sentence can hardly tell you what Rotaract really is. What Rotaract actually is depends on each individual member.
Rotaract is one of the largest youth organizations in the world, with around 172,300 members in 7,500 clubs. The name is made up of the words “Rotary” and “Action” and stands for young people who are supported by Rotary and who move things together.
There are currently almost 170 Rotaract clubs in Germany. We are not politically active and we do not favor any religion. The basic Rotaract motto is “Learn - Help - Celebrate,” and the order is important.
The members of a Rotaract club meet regularly to plan activities and to exchange ideas with one another. We also organize lectures with guest speakers or speakers from our own club, joint visits to cultural events and company tours.
We also keep in touch with other Rotaract clubs at home and abroad. Rotaract attaches great importance to social engagement.

Who is a member of the club?

We are schoolchildren, trainees, students and professionals in all industries between 18 and 35 years of age.

Rotaract goals:

  • personal development
  • Expansion of your own horizons
  • meaningful commitment
  • Support for charitable projects
  • taking responsibility
  • new friendships and contacts
  • Networking
  • Experience and conveying values

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