Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA)
RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) is a program for people aged 18 to 30, who undertake a diverse programme which challenges participantsRead more
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Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment (RYPEN)
RYPEN is an involvement program. Learning by doing; developing skills and above all “giving it a go”.
RYPEN is a weekend long program. The program offers participants a chance to interact with, and learn from people from different backgrounds. Experiences include team building challenges, indoor, outdoor and hands on activities.Read more
- assist in the conduct of workshops
- act as Team Leaders,
- present project team’s ideas and outcomes,
- thank Guest Presenters and
- assist with various other workshop tasks
RYPEN aims to deliver the following outcomes:
- increase motivation and improve life skills
- improve self-esteem
- setting and achieving goals
- building confidence to help take control of your future
RYPEN is usually held in March.
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Model United Nations Assembly (MUNA)
MUNA, is an educational simulation competition in which students learn about diplomacy, international relation
s, and the United Nations. It involves and teaches research, public speaking, debating, and writing skills, in addition to critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities.
MUNA participants include students at the Grade 10 level.
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Each year the Club donates funds towards the Hobart College and Elizabeth College annual Awards. A representative from the Club attends the awards function at each College and is involved in the presentation.
Rotary International reminds us that we can all make an important contribution to vocational service by encouraging vocational excellence and the practice of high ethical standards in all occupations and to recognise those individuals who exemplify the Rotary ideal of service in the workplace or through volunteer service.
The types of vocational service more recently, in which committed individuals have been honoured by our Rotary Club of Salamanca have come from many sectors .
- Disease and Disability e.g. Tad Tas for its “Freedom Wheels “program & Parkinson’s Tasmania for its growth of a 24 access phone line and service for clients
- Aged Care-e.g. development of an effective pain management clinic in a nursing home ,an innovation for its time
- Real Estate- e.g. excellence in customer service
- The Arts- e.g. the Conservatorium of Music, for its state wide community development and initiatives enabling many local community members to participate in music learning and playing.
- Hospitality ,one restaurant in particular – e.g. for excellence in attentive customer service and reputedly excellent food and meals.
- Diabetes education
National Youth Science Forum (NYSF)
National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) aims to nurture and encourage young Australians to be the next generation of leading scientists and engineers supporting a sustainable future for our nation.
The NYSF offers a growing suite of programs across Australia to develop the exposure of Year 12 science students to study, research and future employment opportunities . The NYSF is proudly in partnership with the Australian governments, major industry, national research institutes and universities.Read more
The NYSF’s mission is to provide community minded and science focused young Australians an opportunity for network development and insight into skills, careers and a lifetime of achievement in science, engineering and technology.
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Rotary Youth Driver Awareness (RYDA)
Rotary manages this program both logistically and financially and Salamanca Rotary is an active supporter.
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Relay For Life
Relay For Life is a chance for communities to recognise and celebrate those who have overcome cancer or are undergoing treatment, as well as the people who care for them. Relay for Life also provides an opportunity to celebrate the memory of loved ones lost to cancer.
The club has had teams participate over a number of years and has been able to raise significant funds for the Cancer Council
From time to time, the club has had vocational visits to various locations including the Theatre Royal, Incat, Ta An plywood mill, Magistrates Court and many others. This provides members with an opportunity to view and gain an appreciation of workplaces other than their own.
Members are invited regularly to provide a snap shot of their workplace, travels, hobbies and specific areas of interest in Rotary