A few months ago we looked at families and how they are the basis for a productive, caring and just society. The qualities of a dynamic family, we discovered, were truth, justice, communication, loyalty, and trust. In an era where technology is everywhere, it can be difficult for youth to unplug and focus on meaningful relationships. Rotary tries to go beyond this technology to interest young people in group interactions focused on helping the community instead of isolating themselves.
A few months ago we looked at families and how they are the basis for a productive, caring and just society. The qualities of a dynamic family, we discovered, were truth, justice, communication, loyalty, and trust. In an era where technology is everywhere, it can be difficult for youth to unplug and focus on meaningful relationships. Rotary tries to go beyond this technology to interest young people in group interactions focused on helping the community instead of isolating themselves.  
 
Over the years, the Rotary family has attempted to overcome this isolation by establishing a system of clubs focused on young adults. Groups range from elementary school (Earlyact) and high school (Interact), to college or university (Rotaract) in which the young people can participate in projects that will directly benefit society. In addition, we offer leadership courses such as RYLA and SLAPSHOT which take place over a period 3-7 days. Rotary is a part of the community and its goals support the individual and community. Together, we can make a society in which we all can all benefit and remain engaged!