Why Volunteer?

 

1) SATISFACTION OF helping others
2) Build up your network with Like-Minded peers + professionals
3) Gain Local Hands-on experience and develop
    COMMUNICATION, LEADERSHIP, RESILIENCE AND SELF CONFIDENCE SKills
4) Receive Recognition for your contribution (C.V./Resume)

 
 
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Safety awareness and prevention of accidents is an ongoing issue in rural areas and of concern to the community as a whole.  The Rotary Club of Rochester has held Farm and Road Safety Expos for the past 19 years to spread the safety message.

Their aim is to make aware and educate school children and adults on all issues pertaining to road and farm safety. Register here now! 

Venue:                Rochester Recreation Reserve
Starting:             10:00 am to 2.30 pm
Day + Date:        Tuesday 21st August 2018
Volunteer type:  Networking + Activity Volunteer


 
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The Melbourne City Rotaract Club is organising a Harry Potter trivia night. There will be 5 rounds to test all your Harry Potter knowledge.

It is recommended people eat before hand. Some snack foods will be available on the night for purchase. Ticket costs are $15/person or a table of 8 for $100
All profits will be given to Lift the Lid on Mental Health to raise awareness and strategies to help people experiencing mental health concerns. Register here now! 

Venue:                   Fitzroy Town Hall, 201 Napier Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065
Starting:                6:30 PM to 10PM
Date + Date:         Saturday 25th August 2018
Donation:            $15 per head (Donated to Lift the Lid on Mental Health)
Volunteer type:    Donation + Networking + Activity Volunteer


 
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10 Years ago (this coming December), Rotary Club of Southbank partnered with The Big Issue to host the Annual Homeless World Cup in Melbourne.

At this week's meeting, George Halkias will give a talk for an update on the Street Soccer program today and an opportunity for a reunion of all the volunteers. Register here now!

Venue:                 Belgian Beer Cafe, 5 Riverside Quay, Southbank VIC 3006
Starting:              6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Day + Date:         Tuesday 28th August 2018
Volunteer type:   Donation + Networking + Activity Volunteer


 
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Visiting Rotarians and Guests are welcome to come and join us to hear Costa Englezos talk to our club on the topic of 'The Giver is the Getter'

Costa was a university lecturer for 38 years, teaching Accounting and Business Finance at Melbourne University, RMIT, La Trobe Graduate School of Management and a range of other universities.

At RMIT he ran weekend orientation camps for his students.  This led to the creation of an extensive student mentor program across the Business Faculty, culminating in the establishment of the SLAMs program Student Learning Advisor Mentors.

With a passionate desire to help students as whole people, and motivated to empower students to help others, Costa had 250 students involved as mentors in his final full-time year at RMIT.  
Register here now!

Venue:                  Belgian Beer Cafe, 5 Riverside Quay, Southbank VIC 3006
Starting:               6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Day + Date:          Tuesday 11th September 2018
Volunteer type:    Learning + Networking + Activity Volunteer


 
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At least once a year, the Rotary club welcomes to our club the District Governor of our District in order to give us an update on what is happening in the district and to receive an update from us.
This years' District Governor is Bronwyn Stephens from the Rotary Club of Melbourne South.
Like Rotary, Bronwyn is no stranger to innovative ideas for fundraising and promotion of what Rotary does. Do drop by for this fantastic opportunity to interact with a passionate governor and learn more about Aussie way of life! Register here now!

Venue:                  Belgian Beer Cafe, 5 Riverside Quay, Southbank VIC 3006
Starting:               6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Day + Date:          Tuesday 25th September 2018
Volunteer type:    Networking + Activity Volunteer


The Rotary Clubs of Southbank and North Melbourne present a unique opportunity to learn interview skills where you will learn HIGH IMPACT persuasion tactics so you can completely influence your interviewer.

Lead Presenter: Darren Veerapa CPA, MFin, MP (Past President of Rotary Club of North Melbourne)

Darren Veerapa, CPA, has helped his clients implement $2 Billion in revenue & will share some of his secret interview tactics too & answer individual questions:

Keynote Address by: Quin Scalzo, of Scalzo Foods (Past President Of Rotary Club of Melbourne)

Member Of The Order Of Australia and Founder of Scalzo Foods, turnover $400M
Register here now! 

Venue:                Boyd Community Hub, 207 City Road, Southbank VIC 3006
Starting:              7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Day + Date:         Monday 3rd September 2018
Donation:            $20 per head (Donated to a good cause)
Volunteer type:    Donation + Learning + Networking + Activity Volunteer