Use the Network to Attract Young Professionals

Long-term Rotarian boomers joined Rotary for networking benefits. Has your club lost that focus? Attract young professionals with networking opportunities.
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Chris Waugh

District Governor Nominee and Owner of Leader Support Service, providing business consulting and leadership development.

Would your Rotary Club like to attract more young professionals? We have a network that we often overlook as a means of attracting them. Join us for our District Membership Forum on Tuesday, April 18th at 10 am on Zoom and learn more.

We’ll be talking about networking. If you are a boomer that joined many years ago, you probably joined for some networking benefits. But if your club demographic has retired, you may have shifted that focus from a networking relationship to friendship. Your club can do both – let’s talk about how.

Come and share your ideas and experiences with other club leaders. Let’s grow Rotary together.

The Zoom link to the District Membership Forum will be sent to all club Presidents, Presidents-Elect, and Membership Chairs next Monday. Feel free to share with anyone in your club who is interested in attracting energetic and engaged young professionals to your club.

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