RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards)
This District based weekend leadership conference is held each Spring at the University of Calgary. This conference provides students with an opportunity to become more effective leaders through development and enhancement of their leadership skills.

For more information, see the District Youth page.

RYPEN (Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment)
These District based conferences provides youth 13-­18 years of age with the opportunity to enhance and develop individual self confidence and personal growth/life skills.  The Club has provides registration and transportation funding.

For more information, see the District Youth page.

ROTARACT (U of C based)

The University of Calgary Rotaract Club engages university students in humanitarian services and to become leaders in the community.

INTERACT (Western Canada High School based)
This is a student-run club dedicated to Lending a Hand Around the Block, Across the Nation, and Around the World.  They provide youth with volunteering opportunities in humanitarian projects.  Interact’s main objective is to complete one local, one national, and one international volunteering project each year. They also provide their members with Calgary-wide volunteer projects outside of school through the Youth Volunteer Corps.  Our Club supports Interact on a matching grant basis.

Western Canada High School Scholarship
We present a scholarship cheque and certificate to a student selected by the staff at Western Canada High School at their Academic Awards ceremony.  The award criteria are based on academic excellence and financial need.

Arts and Culture
Rotary supports scholarships and competitions for arts and culture

Through Disctrict 5360 Global Grant Scholarships (value: US$30,000) support new programs of graduate study in one of Rotary’s six areas of focus, by students from District 5360 at universities outside of Canada. Rotary’s six areas of focus are peace and conflict prevention/resolution, disease prevention and treatment, water and sanitation, maternal and child health, basic education and literacy, and economic and community development. Contact H. Kraay for more information.

This program provides mentorship to at-risk students, from selection in grade six to their graduation from high school, with the expectation that upon graduation they will become eligible for a scholarship. These scholarships are designed to approximate the first year tuition at an Alberta post-secondary institution.  This program is funded by an annual golf tournament

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The program's mission is to positively impact Aboriginal children's high school graduation rates through mentoring, tutoring and general support across Canada and throughout North America.