Rotaract is active in the community by regularly helping out with local charity events and assisting with fundraising events at festivals. They also organize and manage their own social and service activities, and provide professional leadership activities and guest speakers at meetings.

Our Rotaract club has general meetings every other week, to plan the upcoming events, find out what the needs are within the community and internationally, work on professional development, and keep in touch with what the club is doing.

 

There are many things Rotaract has to offer. Some of the main things you can expect to gain from becoming a Rotaractor include:

  • Having loads of fun while making new friendships that last a lifetime.

  • Networking with other young professionals in the community.

  • The satisfaction of knowing that you can make a difference, in the local community and overseas.

  • The opportunity to refine your leadership and public speaking skills by becoming an Executive of the club or organizing a project .

  • Pushing yourself to the limit and realizing your potential in both personal and professional areas of life.

  • Getting a head start to future membership in Rotary.

  • Networking with over 2 million members of the Rotary family around the world.

 

Rotaract Burlington is looking for new members all the time! If you are interested in joining, just come on out to our next meeting, and contact us using the contact us tab to let us know you're coming! Rotaract clubs provide young adults with opportunities to meet new people in the community, foster leadership and responsible citizenship, volunteer and gain professional development skills while learning more about themselves.

About Us

What does Rotaract do?

Why join?

How to join?

Rotaract is a non-profit service club for students and young professionals ages 18 to 30. Rotaract clubs are either community or university based, and they're sponsored by a local Rotary club. There are more than 8,200 Rotaract clubs in about 170 countries and this is ever increasing as Rotaract has become a worldwide phenomenon. The Burlington chapter of Rotaract was founded in February 2011.