Posted by Peter Roaf on Aug 04, 2020
Rotary Fellowships are international groups that share a common passion. Being part of a fellowship is a fun way to make friends around the world, explore a hobby or profession, and enhance your Rotary experience. Recent additions to the list of Rotary Fellowships are focused on bees and those who wear beards and moustaches.
Rotary Action Groups are independent, Rotary-affiliated groups made up of people from around the world who are experts in a particular field, such as economic development, peace, addiction prevention, the environment, or water. Action groups offer their technical expertise and support to help clubs plan and implement projects to increase our impact, one of Rotary's strategic priorities. This support includes helping clubs find partners, funding, and other resources. Action groups can also help clubs and districts prepare grant applications, conduct community assessments, and develop plans to monitor and evaluate their projects.
Lisa Cook, Rotary International Specialist,
Service and Engagement, has been the
coordinator of the Rotary Fellowships
program for the past two years. Her role
has now expanded to support of
the Rotary Social Tools.  
Zuhal Sharp, Rotary International Senior Specialist,
Service and Networking Programs, oversees the
Rotary Action Groups and Rotary Community Corps
(anybody can join)
      (anybody can join)