Leadership Opportunities

One of the privileges of our organization is the opportunity to lead and help ensure our club succeeds.  Below is a list of roles members may fill.
Note:  Each President gets to decide what committees they form.

President *

As president, you lead and motivate your club, ensuring that club members feel valuable, inspired, and connected to each other.

What you do:

  • Preside over club and board meetings
  • Appoint committee chairs and members
  • Conduct club assemblies
  • Work with club board members and coordinators to create a budget and manage club finances, including an annual audit.
  • Work with your district governor and assistant governor.
  • Work with incoming person to ensure smooth transition.

President Elect *

As president elect you will support the current president of the club  ensuring that club members feel valuable, inspired, and connected to each other.

What you do:

  • Attend club and board meetings.
  • Conduct club assemblies when current President can not.
  • Must attend President Elect Training and other events in Spring prior to assuming the role of president.
  • Work with incoming person to ensure smooth transition.

Treasurer *

As club treasurer you play an important role in your club’s ability to carry out service projects, fundraise, and support The Rotary Foundation.

What you do:

  • Manage club funds
  • Collect and submit dues and fees
  • Report on the state of your club’s finances (Monthly)
  • Work with The Rotary Foundation
  • Work with incoming person to ensure smooth transition.

Secretary *

As club secretary you help your club run smoothly and effectively. You also monitor club trends to help identify strengths and areas for improvement, and share this information with club and district leaders.

What you do:

  • Maintain membership records and data.
  • Maintain minutes of club, board, and committee meetings.
  • Archives information for the future via DVR Google Drive
  • Work with Communications Coordinator to ensure website is up to date.
  • Submit basic report for the year (Mid July)
  • Work with incoming person to ensure smooth transition.

Sergeant-at-Arms*

The function of the sergeant-at-arms is to help maintain an orderly and effective Rotary club meeting. As sergeant-at-arms, you play an important role in the overall success of each weekly meeting.

What you do: 

  • Handle the physical preparations for, and the mechanical part of, a meeting. (Set up and Take down)
  • Collect “Happy Dollars” and turn resulting money over to treasurer.
  • Assist Membership Coordinator in welcoming guests and new members
  • Work with incoming person to ensure smooth transition.

Club committee

DVR has several other leadership opportunities in the form of committees.

Fundraising Coordinator, Community Service Coordinator, Membership Lead, Speaker Coordinator, Communications and Fellowship Coordinator.  Coordinators can form or assign committees as needed for projects. As a club committee member you help make your club a successful, thriving, and fun place.

Fundraising Coordinator**

As Fundraising Coordinator you play an important role in your club’s ability to raise funds for your local club, service projects, foundations  projects, foundation and more The Rotary Foundation.

What you do:

  • Coordinate or support groups with events or other fundraising efforts. Report to board or club about efforts, needs, and results.
  • Be in charge of the fundraising calendar.
  • Work with Communications Coordinator to publicize events/efforts
  • Submit basic report about fundraising efforts for the year (Mid July)

Community Service Coordinator**

As Community Service Coordinator you play an important role in your club’s core mission: Serve the community.

What you do:

  • Seek out opportunities to work with/partner community organizations and provide manpower or services.
  • Coordinate our efforts.
  • Report to board or club about efforts, needs, and results.
  • Work with Communications Coordinator to publicize events/efforts.
  • Submit basic report about fundraising efforts for the year (Mid July)

Fellowship Coordinator**

As Fellowship Coordinator you play an important role in our club’s core mission: creating community ties.

What you do:

  • Seek out opportunities to bring our club together. To foster a strong community within DVR and with other Rotary Clubs.
  • Report to board or club about efforts, needs, and results.
  • Work with Communications Coordinator to publicize events/efforts
  • Submit basic report about fellowship efforts for the year (Mid July)

Speaker Coordinator**

As Speaker Coordinator you play an important role in our club’s desire to educate and inform its members on current topics, local and international concerns or any other ideas you can envision.

What you do:

  • Seek out opportunities to bring interesting speakers to our club. (Usually at least one speaker a month.)
  • Report to board or club about efforts, needs, and results.
  • Work with Communications Coordinator to publicize events/efforts
  • Submit basic report about speaker efforts for the year (Mid July)

Communications Coordinator (New!)**

As Communications Coordinator you play an important role informing its members and the public about what the club is doing.

What you do:

  • Coordinate and update club calendar of all events, speakers.
  • Coordinate flyers, website, social media and other publicity.
  • Coordinate Newsletter and send to members.
  • Report to board or club about efforts, needs, and results.
  • Work with other coordinators to publicize events/efforts
  • Work archive images of our endeavors for future use.
  • Submit basic report about communication efforts for the year (Mid July)

Membership Coordinator**

As Membership Coordinator you play an important role welcoming new members, inducting new members and more.

What you do:

  • Greet new potential members and follow up with them.
  • Coordinate Newsletter and send to members.
  • Report to board or club about efforts, needs, and results.
  • Work with Communications Coordinator to publicize events/efforts.
  • Submit basic report about communication efforts for the year (Mid July)

Key:

*Elected position

*** Appointed/Volunteer position

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