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Club Information

Welcome to Milton Rotary

Milton

Service Above Self

We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:30 PM
Ivy Arms Restaurant
201 Main Street E
Downstairs Meeting Room
Milton, ON L9T 1N7
Canada
NOTE - Due to COVID-19, Milton Rotary currently meets online via Zoom. Contact us for log-in info to join via phone or computer. All guests welcome!
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REGISTER NOW for this FREE virtual youth summit for ages 12-24, presented by Milton Rotary and other key local partners including Sustainable Milton, with entertaining and engaging guest speakers, leadership, career and skill building, socializing and FUN!
 
Saturday, April 10th, 2021
9 am to 3 pm
Register now to receive Zoom log-in details
 
Summit Theme & Topics...
 
BE TOMORROW'S LEADERS TODAY
  • Mental Health: Self-help, Support & Resiliency
  • Environment & Climate Concerns: A Practical Approach
  • Career Development: Learning Through Service to Enhance Your Options
Summit Benefits - What's In It For You?
  • certificate of participation/attendance (must attend to receive this)
  • great resume line
  • personal growth and self-awareness
  • leadership skills development
  • career development and mentorship
  • environmental issues awareness and education, external awareness
  • mental health learning, resiliency, adaptability, and self-help strategies; gain awareness of resources that are available to you
  • networking
  • fun, social and participatory experience
  • gain awareness of community service and further service learning opportunities
  • learn about Rotary, Rotaract (18-24 years old) and Interact (13 to 17 years old) and associated benefits and opportunities
Stay tuned for more details here and on our social media channels as further info is confirmed and released, including guest speakers, panelists and prizes.
Questions, inquiries, comments? E-mail us at miltonrotary7080@gmail.com
 
 
2021 Milton Youth Volunteer Scholarship
 
$1,500.00 each (three available)
 
Purpose of the Scholarships
• To acknowledge individuals who exemplify and have demonstrated community leadership by Volunteering

Applicant Criteria
• Must be a resident of Milton.
• Currently a secondary school student. NOTE: you do not need to be student graduating in 2021.
• Must be exceeding 40 hours of volunteerism.
• The candidate must have demonstrated leadership in their school and/or community.

Application Deadline
April 17, 2021

Application
• Write an essay relating to your experience of volunteering in your community and the value you provide, including a summary of education/career goals. Word count 500 - 750.
• Provide a resume listing the organizations in which you have involved.
• Provide two written references (Volunteering Organizations and Educational)
• Provide copy of current Transcript

Selection Process
• The selection committee will consist of members of the Rotary Club of Milton.
• The committee will review all applications and select finalists who will be interviewed.
• Academic achievement will be a consideration but not necessarily the deciding factor.
• The scholarship winners will be notified by early May.
• Scholarship recipient and /or representative from the school shall be present at the Rotary Awards night in May to receive award.

Forward applications to Vino Khimasia at vkhimasia@bell.net
Note: Awards to be used for tuition towards post secondary education/training program and will be sent directly to post-secondary institution.
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