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      E-NEWSLETTER

      Rotary International
      March 2013

      In this issue
      Preconvention registration deadline

      Preconvention attendees
      Nattaroj Permwanichakul, Jerry L. Lindstrom, and Francisco "Chico" Tadeu Ferro at the YEO Welcome Reception during the 2012 International Convention in Bangkok, Thailand

      Join other Rotarians who are active in the Rotary Youth Exchange program at the Youth Exchange Officers Preconvention Meeting, 21-22 June in Lisbon. Portugal. The meeting provides an opportunity for volunteers new and old to join friends, hear new ideas, and make connections for future exchanges. Register by 31 March to receive the best rate on convention registration fees.
      All Youth Exchange officers attending the Preconvention Meeting or the RI Convention are welcome to sign up for a tour of Lisbon and the surrounding area. The tour is organized by the 2012-13 Youth Exchange Committee in collaboration with the convention’s Host Organization Committee. Find out more and download a YEO tour registration form.
      Youth Exchange in the news

      Derek Osborn
      Derek Osborn addresses a plenary session of the 2013 International Assembly.

      Here are some recent stories about Rotary Youth Exchange:
      Do you have a great Youth Exchange story? Post it in the Youth Exchange group on LinkedIn or email it to youthexchange@....
      New cartoon shows the value of Rotary

      Josh's Choice

      There’s a new way to tell young people about the benefits of Youth Exchange and Rotary’s other New Generations programs: an animated video illustrating how Rotary helps young people volunteer, grow as leaders, and experience new cultures, all while having fun.
      Watch the video, which is available in three languages:
      Then join us on social media to spread the word. Share the video on your own Facebook page and tag someone who might be interested in Youth Exchange or a Rotary service project.
      Changes in New Generations Exchange
      The RI Board of Directors recently made changes to exchange opportunities offered to young adults. Starting 1 July, New Generations Exchange
      • Will be called New Generations Service Exchange
      • Will be under the oversight of district New Generations Service committees; these exchanges will no longer be administered by district Youth Exchange committees, and districts will not be subject to Youth Exchange certification requirements for New Generations Service Exchange activity
      • Will be open to young adults ages 21-30
      Guidance and resources will be provided in coming months to the 2013-14 district New Generations Service committee chairs.
      This new activity gives districts the freedom to develop flexible exchange experiences that meet the needs of young adults while promoting international understanding, a commitment to service, and an understanding of Rotary as young people move from university study through the first years of their professional life.
      Contact your district New Generations Service committee chair with any questions.
      Poll: How do you involve past exchange students?
      Youth Exchange can be a life-changing experience, but what happens when it’s over? Take our one-question poll and share what your club or district does to keep past exchange students engaged. We’ll publish poll results in a future newsletter.
      Get a grant for Global Youth Service Day

      GYSD 2013

      Youth Exchange students can join young people from more than 100 countries for Global Youth Service Day, 26-28 April. Register a service project, get inspired with project ideas, and download resources like YOUth Changing the World: A Service Project Toolkit.
      Anyone ages 5-25 anywhere in the world is eligible to apply for a US$500 Get Ur Good On Grant to support youth-led projects. The grant deadline is 10 March.
      Our newest certified districts
      Congratulations to District 3050 (parts of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajasthan, India), which has met certification requirements to participate in outbound-only exchanges, and to District 3131 (part of Maharashtra, India), which has met full certification requirements to participate in Rotary Youth Exchange.
      Note that Districts 2031 and 2032 (both part of Italy), are fully certified. These districts were formed from previously certified District 2030.
      See the current list of noncertified districts.
      Do you use a shared email address?
      Users of Member Access and the Youth Exchange workgroup site should be aware that email addresses now can be listed under one individual only. This means that multiple users cannot use a shared address (e.g., yeo_anytown@. . . or district0000@. . .) to sign in to Member Access. Please ensure that Rotarians in your club and district are aware of this change.
      Latest Youth Exchange Directory

      directory

      The Youth Exchange Directory is updated and emailed quarterly, but the current version can be downloaded anytime from the Youth Exchange workgroup site. All district and multidistrict chairs can visit the site by clicking on Rotary Workgroups on the Member Access welcome page. Note: In order to sign in, district and multidistrict chairs must use the same email address they used when they registered for a Member Access account.
      If you help administer exchanges and do not have the most recent directory, contact your district or multidistrict chair.
      Have policy questions?
      Get answers in the Rotary Code of Policies (PDF in English). The sections most relevant to the Youth Exchange program are Youth Protection (2.110), District Finances (17.060), and Youth Exchange (41.060).
      Translated versions of these sections are available on the Rotary Youth Exchange Workgroup site, which district and multidistrict chairs can access by logging on to Member Access or by emailing youthexchange@....
      Upcoming events
      Webinar: Join the global fight against hunger and malnutrition
      Learn how you can help enhance food security during this online event featuring panelists from the Global FoodBanking Network, the Rotarian Action Group for the Alleviation of Hunger and Malnutrition, and the Food Plant Solutions Rotarian Action Group. These experts will provide examples of sustainable, replicable food security initiatives undertaken by Rotary clubs and districts around the world. Learn how your club or district can participate in the global effort to alleviate hunger and malnutrition. (Times listed below are Central Time; check your local time.)

      Rotary Global Peace Forum in Hiroshima

      Rotary Global Peace Forum Hiroshima
      Hiroshima, Japan
      17-18 May
      This forum explores ways in which each of us has the power to promote peace in our daily lives and in our own communities. This future-focused meeting will ask participants to consider what impact they will make in the days and years to come.
      Japan Youth Exchange Conference
      Hiroshima, Japan
      18-19 May
      Contact Ken Kanda.
      2013 Youth Exchange Officers Preconvention Meeting
      Lisbon, Portugal
      21-22 June
      Do you know of an event we should add to this list? Email us at youthexchange@....
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      youthexchange@...
      Phone: +1-847-866-3421
      Fax: +1-847-556-2182
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