Rotaract is a Rotary-sponsored service club for young men and women ages 18 to 30. Rotaract clubs are either community or university based, and they’re sponsored by a local Rotary club. This makes them true "partners in service" and key members of the family of Rotary.

As one of Rotary’s most significant and fastest-growing service programs, with more than 8,400 clubs in about 170 countries and geographical areas, Rotaract has become a worldwide phenomenon.


How does it work?

All Rotaract efforts begin at the local, grassroots level, with members addressing their communities’ physical and social needs while promoting international understanding and peace through a framework of friendship and service.


What are some other opportunities available to Rotaractors?

Rotaractors may also:

·       Work together with Interact  clubs or mentor Interactors

·       Participate in Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

·       Become Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholars  or Group Study Exchange  team members

·       Seek membership in their local Rotary club after their Rotaract membership ends. 


See more ideas for staying connected to Rotary in Rotarians and alumni .

Rotaractors are encouraged to keep their club's contact information current .


How can I learn more?

For more information about Rotaract in your area, contact your local Rotary club , or e-mail RI staff .

·       Download the Rotaract Handbook  (PDF) and the Rotaract Brochure (PDF).

·       Read more about Rotaract events .

·       Read about Rotaract twin clubs .

·       Read about outstanding Rotaract projects .


Other resources

Rotarct/Interact Committee members

Family of Rotary Flikr group

Rotaract Constitution and Bylaws (PDF)  

Rotaract Statement of Policy (PDF)

Current Quarterly Worldwide Rotaract Statistics (PDF)

Additional Information:

To contact the Rotary District 5180 Rotaract Chairman Roland Wright Click This Link. 

For more information on Rotaract go to the Rotary International website at:

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