Posted by Alexander Falk on Jan 26, 2024


WHEN: 2 evenings, February 27 + 29, 6:00 - 9:00 pm
WHERE: From the comfort of your own home!
WHO: For any Rotarians who want to learn more about Rotary’s structure, programs, leadership styles, fundraising, and service opportunities. It is not necessary to be on a club leadership track to participate.
COST: $25 for the combined 2 nights
NEW FLYER: Download this PDF to print & hand out to club members
REGISTER NOW AT: and then on the left side click on More Info under the heading "RLI NEA Seminar - Dist 7930-Wakefield, MA-Virtual; February 27th 2024"
Curriculum: The curriculum offered will be for Parts I, II, III and Graduate (Graduate subject: Effective Succession Planning). Parts must be taken in order as the curriculum for each level builds on the previous one.  Participants will be exposed to a variety of interactive sessions led by experienced facilitators whose responsibility is to guide lively lectures! Curriculum may be previewed at and both evenings must be attended to receive credit.
Note: Each part 2/27 & 2/29 requires that the attendee participates for the full two evenings, i.e. if you register for Part I, Part I curriculum requires the full two evening sessions. Once you have completed Part I, you will want to register for another virtual or in-person session later in the year to participate in Part II. And so on for Parts II and III.  Therefore, it is possible to complete all three parts in one year. Also, all three parts must be completed before registering for the Graduate course. In-person sessions at other locations later this year are on a Saturday, usually from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Comments from previous attendees: “The sessions were so energizing! I learned so much and have great information to take back to my club!”....”I really appreciated the exposure to such a variety of ideas from Rotarians outside of my area.”....”Definitely worth my time!”
Graduate Program: If you have completed Parts I, II, and III before, you are eligible to take the Graduate course! The Graduate course subject changes every year, so you can take it multiple times to stay current on important advanced topics. This year's Graduate program subject is Effective Succession Planning. Please check out this video from our facilitator Bill Gormont to learn more about what you expect in this course:
Questions? Contact Alexander Falk, Site Chair, or Joan Arsenault, Regional Vice Chair,