Rotaract/Interact

RCAA Cleaning up Ann Arbor

The environment is a significant area of focus for Rotarians across the globe.  Admirable efforts are underway to address environmental issues with education, policy, and through the support of activities that improve sustainability and create a synchronicity between our communities and the environment. In the spirit of this Rotary focus and supporting these goals, the […]

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Rent-a-Rotaractor is Back for Fall 2021

Pre-pandemic, in 2018, the Rotaractors raised more than $3000 from Rent-A-Rotaractor to support their spring trip to Honduras and other service projects. Last year saw a modified Rent-A-Rotaractor resume as “shelter in place” began to be relaxed. Now life  is returning to a more normal pace this fall. Wolverine football is back. A tinge of […]

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Got Time for a Young Friend?

(a personal note from Don Duquette…) Be a Rotary Mentor.  I’ve had several Rotaract mentees and I heartily recommend the experience.  Each relationship is different. Most of mine are considering a law career. (We’ll match you to your expertise and interest.)  We meet for lunch or coffee or for a walk about campus.  A couple […]

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Be a Mentor for a UofM Rotaractor

A signature undertaking of the Rotaract Committee each year is its Mentorship Program. An individual Rotaractor identifies an area of interest in which he or she would like input and guidance from a Rotarian knowledgeable or experienced in the field. Once a Rotaractor is paired with a Rotarian, there are no formal requirements going forward. […]

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Past Huron Interact Student is Semifinalist for Prestigious National Scholarship

Recently highlighted in Washtenaw Community College’s newspaper “On The Record” are three WCC students who are semifinalists for the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, worth up to $120,000. One of the students, Abdu Kizito — we knew him as “AK” — was a member of the Huron Interact Club and was very involved […]

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Paper Cranes for Australia Wildfire Relief by Huron Interact Club

Our Huron Interact Club is doing a fundraising project called the Hope Crane Project. Students are making origami paper cranes and selling them to raise money to support wildfire relief efforts in Australia. A significant part of the devastation is to animal populations – making the crane project all the more fitting. The fundraiser will be going on […]

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Pioneer Interact Helping End Summer Hunger!

Rotary has partnered with Food Gatherers to fight hunger in our community through the Rotary Fights Summer Hunger Food Drive, and the Pioneer Interact Club has been leading the effort! This food drive is a critical source of food for families with children who depend on free/reduced breakfast and lunch programs during the school year, as […]

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