Apply to be a Rotaract Officer

Apply to serve as a Rotaract officer during the 2017-2018 Rotary Year!

The 2017-2018 Rotary Year begins on July 1, 2017 and ends at the end of June 30, 2018.
Paid members are eligible to apply to serve as an officer of the club for the next Rotary Year! All officer applications are due by 11:59 pm on Wednesday, April 12th. They may be submitted via email (service@crcdavis.org) or by paper at the April 11th General Meeting. We will contact you via email to schedule a 10-15 minute interview. Interviews will take place April 21-25. Thank you!

 

Director of Service

– To organize service events.

– To hold Service Committee meetings.

– To actively seek out service events at all times.
– To act as the primary liaison or point person between the Club and outside service organizations and partners.

– To coordinate district service projects and the district international project with Rotaract district leadership.

– To maintain service hours of all Rotaractors, and to report them to Membership.
– To maintain strong relationships with local service organizations.

– To deliver regular updates to the President and Vice President.

– To perform any other duties directed by the President or Vice President.

 

Director of Finance

– To maintain a record of the Club’s financial transactions.
– To organize fundraising events for the Club.

– To hold Finance Committee meetings.

– To oversee and safeguard all monetary transactions made to and from the Club.
– To collect membership dues and maintain a record of paid members.

– To conduct business and maintain our agency account with the Student Programs and Activities Center (SPAC) Business Office.

– To ensure that the Club budget is balanced.
– To actively seek out grants, sponsorships, and donations for events.

– To deliver regular updates to the President and Vice President.

– To perform any other duties directed by the President or Vice President.

 

Director of Professional Development

– To maintain a strong relationship with the Sunrise Rotary Club.

– To organize professional development events.

– To hold Professional Development Committee meetings.

– To actively seek out professional development opportunities.
– To regularly survey and assess the professional development desires and needs of the Club.
– To maintain and actively grow a database of professional contacts for the Club.

– To maintain professional development hours of all Rotaractors, and to report them to Membership.

– To deliver regular updates to the President and Vice President.

– To perform any other duties directed by the President or Vice President.

 

Director of Membership

– To organize fellowships for club members.

– To hold Membership Committee meetings.

– To maintain a database of Rotaractors in the club, their membership level, contact information, fellowship hours, service hours, and professional development hours.

– To communicate with other Rotaract clubs to organize joint fellowships.

– To actively seek out opportunities for member recruitment and member retention.

– To maintain fellowship hours of all Rotaractors.

– To meet with family heads and coordinate social events.

– To deliver regular updates to the President and Vice President.

– To perform any other duties directed by the President or Vice President.

 

Director of Publicity

– To publicize all ongoing and future club events.

– To hold Publicity Committee meetings.

– To create and send out a weekly newsletter to club members of events and ways to get involved with the Club.

– To actively promote Rotaract and seek out new ways to promote the Club.

– To create publicity materials for club events.

– To maintain the Club’s Facebook group page, as well as create and maintain Facebook event pages for the Club.
– To create and send out press releases as directed by the President or Vice President.

– To reserve tables and spaces for tabling events.

– To deliver regular updates to the President and Vice President.

– To perform any other duties directed by the President or Vice President.

Historian

– To take visual records—in the form of photographs or videos—of club events.

– To hold History Committee meetings.

– To maintain an online gallery of photographs or videos of club events.

– To create and maintain a scrapbook of club events for the Rotary year.

– To create slideshows of club events to show to members.

– To collect club documents to preserve them for future records.

– To document club events and the club history.

– To record the minutes of each General Meeting and Board Meeting, and to publish these minutes to the Club.

– To document winners of quarterly awards.

– To deliver regular updates to the President and Vice President.

– To perform any other duties directed by the President or Vice President.

 

Duties Required of All Officers:

– To be actively involved with the Service Committee.

– To provide assistance to fellow officers and members.

– To attend Board Meetings and General Meetings.

– To maintain their respective committees by planning and chairing committee meetings

– To provide weekly updates to the Board regarding the status of their Committee, past projects, ongoing projects, and future projects.

– To promote awareness of Rotaract and the Club

– To follow the aforementioned duties of their respective position.

 

If you have any questions regarding any of the positions please ask an officer!

Download a copy of the application here: RotaractBoardApplication17_18