Announcing Spring Into Rotary

 
 
 
 
The District 5500 website rotaryd5500.org  has NEW on-line training videos specifically for our Rotary District 5500 Secretary, Treasurer, Public Image, Foundation, Membership, and the previously recorded webinar from Rotary Youth Exchange.  Additionally, since so many clubs are utilizing Zoom, you will find a link to Zoom 411.  Your District 5500 Training Team has developed these tools so you can take advantage of training in the comfort of your home.
 
As you finish the appropriate training, on or before June 15, submit your name to the District Training Chair, Ann Huber (huberaunt@aol.com) so you can be entered into a drawing.
 
Here is the link rotaryd5500.org/sitepage/training-center. Also In addition, on the top of the District 5500 website, there is now a Training Center menu item for quicker access.
 
Our District 5500 is listening to Rotary club members. We want to make the required training available at all times and have as many club officers and members to have convenient access. If you have not been to a Rotary training session, these videos are worth your time, even if you have had the same position in the club for a few years.
 

Rotary is changing with the times

and we want you to be aware of all these changes.

 
 
 
The RI Learning Center https://learn.rotary.org/learn/catalog has hundreds of online classes available – take any course if it piques your interest. Maybe you are this is the time to considering a new leadership role in your Club or in the District. These courses are all free to Rotarians and provided to you by Rotary International.
Sign in to rotary.org with your user id and password. (If you don't currently have a login, you can create one in a matter of minutes.) Access the Learning Center. The first step is to take the Getting Started with Learning Topics and Getting Started With The Learning Center if you have never done so before.
 
Online training, in our information age, puts Rotarians in the driver’s seat of their learning and development. It makes sense; therefore, that online learning exists for all Rotarians especially for those in Rotary District 5500.
 
As Paul Harris so aptly said: “This is a changing world; we must be prepared to change with it. The story of Rotary will have to be written again and again."
 
Diane Ventura-Goodyear   (click to email)
Rotary District 5500
District Governor 20-21
TRVFA Board Member
(520) 409-8656