Rotary District 5100 Membership Workshop ERK “OFFICE HOURS” www.ridistrict5100.org
To get credit for this workshop as your option for Part A of the quiz: Download and/or print out the handout for Module 5. (Word 2007 or pdf) Fill out the questions on the handout, either by hand for snail mail or scanned attachment. Alternatively you can fill in the word document, and attach it to the email when you submit your quiz, e-club make-up etc. The handout has at least one question referencing each of the four modules, but you won’t have to do much additional work beyond what you did in the exercises/action steps in the previous modules, so just grab your other handouts/notes and this should only take a few minutes.
Part C: Answers and Hints February Issue of The Rotariian: page 18, page 59, page 66, page 71 2007 MOP: page 18, 2010 MOP: page 19 a) Recruitment of New Members b) Retention of existing Members c) Organization of New Clubs 2007 MOP: page 19, 2010 MOP: page 20 It is inappropriate and INCONSISTANT with the principles of Rotary for any club to establish arbitraty limits on the number of members in the club or to fail to increase Its membership because of APATHY or LACK OF INFORMATION or UNDERSTANDING OF THE PATTERN OF GROWTH IN THE CLUB or THE PROCEDURES FOR PROPOSING AND ASSIMILATING NEW MEMBERS. 2007 MOP: page 20, 2010 MOP: page 20 There are 8, pick the six you like best. 9. 25 members.
a) Prospective Member Form b) Rotarian Relocation Form c) Membership Referral Form 11. August (page 44) 12. 1989 (page 9) Rotary Internation clearly supports the position that every individual Rotarian has an “obligation to SHARE ROTARY WITH OTHERS AND TO HELP EXTEND ROTARY BY PROPOSING QUALIFIED PERSONS FOR ROTARY CLUB MEMBERSHIP.” (page 14) 14. Page 15
OPTIONAL : You may skip this question • Sustain or increase its membership base • Implement successful projects that address the needs of their community • and comminities in other countries • Support The Rotary Foundation through both program participation and financial • contributions • Develop leaders capable of serving in Rotary beyond the club level • Page 3 ? • Achieving club membership goals for the coming year • Educating and training club members about the importance of recruitment and • retention of qualified, diverse members • Conducting classification surveys to ensure the classifications are relevant to current • business trends • Conducting club assessments to ensure membership development efforts are effective • Developing an action plan for the club to act as a sponsor club for a new club organized • in the district, if applicable 17. Page 3 or page 7 18. Page 19 or page 27
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