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OR email Mark Dixon, Rotary International District 5370 Membership Chair, and he will get you started!


Membership Resources

How to Strengthen Your Membership
  • Club Planning Assistant - Respond to questions about your club and get links to specific resources to address your club’s challenges.
  • Rotary Club Health Check - This resource helps club leaders pinpoint opportunities for growth and prescribes resources to help remedy problem areas.
  • Membership Assessment Tools - Learn how to evaluate and improve your membership development plan with these tools, complete with sample surveys and information on organizing new clubs, recruiting and retaining members.
  • Diversifying Your Club (member diversity assessment)
  1. Improving Your Member Retention (retention assessment)
  2. Enhancing the Club Experience (member satisfaction survey)
  3. Understanding Why Members Leave (exit survey)
  • Creating a Positive Experience For Prospective Members - Find tips and ideas for connecting with prospective members, and what you can do to ensure they have a positive experience
  • Engaging Younger Professionals - This online toolkit can help clubs connect with Younger Professionals by first understanding them. Topics included are characteristics of your audience, your club’s culture, ideas for outreach and engagement, and the long-term benefits of becoming a Rotarian.
  • Strategies for Attracting New Members - Are guests of your club not interested in joining? Learn how to improve the club experience to make it attractive to visitors.
  • Prospective member flyer — Take this easy-to-print flyer to events and distribute to members of the community so they can learn more about Rotary and the benefits of getting involved with our programs and activities.
  • What's Rotary? wallet card — Print these cards and keep them in your wallet to share with people you meet who want to learn more about Rotary.
  •  Introducing New Members to Rotary - Utilize this guide to develop a process for engaging new members from the start by helping them get involved, connecting them with a mentor, and by pacing the learning over time.
  •  Rotary Basics - This comprehensive guide to all things Rotary covers everything from how Rotary began to how you can optimize your membership experience.
  •  Connect for Good - This eight-page guide shows how to get involved and connect with Rotary.
  • Kick-Start Your New Member Orientation - Are new members leaving within a year or two? Learn how to better connect with them and help them get involved from the start.
Membership Committee Contact:
Mark Dixon -  Membership Chair