Florida Institute of Technology Rotaract Club
The Eau Gallie Rotary Club is the proud sponsor to the Florida Institute of Technology (Florida Tech) Rotaract Club. The Florida Tech Rotaract meets on the Florida Tech campus on Monday nights when school is in session.
Rotaract clubs emphasize the importance of individual responsibility as the basis of personal success and community involvement. Each club sponsors an annual project to promote high ethical standards in one’s business and professional life. Rotaract also provides opportunities leading to greater international understanding and goodwill. Rotaractors enjoy many social activities as well as programs to improve their community. The programs of Rotaract are built around the motto “Fellowship Through Service.”
History of Rotaract
Rotaract is Rotary’s service club for young adults ages 18-30. The first Rotaract club was chartered by the Charlotte North Rotary Club in Charlotte, North Carolina. Although this club is recognized as the first Rotaract club, Rotarians have been sponsoring similar organizations for your adults since the early 1920s.
Currently, there are more than 176,000 members in more than 7,600 Rotaract clubs in 158 countries.
Florida Tech Rotaract Club President: To be elected fall semester 2014
Rotarian Representative: Mary Bonhomme