Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, our District 5160 Camp Royal program has been canceled for the 2020. We look forward to a wonderful program in 2021. We will post further updates here.
Camp Royal is the Rotary Youth Leadership Award (RYLA) Conference organized each June in the mountains of northern California. The 71 Rotary Clubs of Rotary International District 5160 have been providing this leadership learning opportunity since 1979.
This is a premier leadership training opportunity provided to worthy young people by our Rotary Clubs, as part of Rotary’s Youth Programs mission.
The program is open to outstanding high school juniors who will enter their senior year next year.
The 71 Rotary Clubs of District 5160 will host ~140 outstanding high school students chosen from the schools in our Northern California area. See this table to find a club in your area or contact us at CampRoyal@Rotary5160.org
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CAMP VENTURE 2021: June 23 – 27, 2021
A Business Camp for future Business Leaders & Entrepreneurs
St. Mary’s College, Moraga, CA
DEVELOP WINNING STRATEGIES TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS, “XTREME” TEAM BUILDING, MOTIVATIONAL & LEADERSHIP ACTIVITIES, INTERACTIVE DEVELOPMENT OF “REAL” BUSINESS PLANS
• COST PAID BY THE SPONSORING ROTARY CLUB
• STUDENTS SHOULD HAVE COMPLETED THEIR JUNIOR YEAR
• CONTACT YOUR STUDENT COUNSELOR
• FURTHER INFORMATION: Beri Kasper, 925-825-1040
CAMP VENTURE REGISTRATIONS
Beri Kasper, Camp Venture Chair
1333 Willow Pass Rd. # 213
Concord, CA 94520
Camp Venture only needs the above TWO forms. Please help us be efficient by checking your Camper Forms for completeness..
Club Timeline: CLICK HERE
Camp Venture Flyer: CLICK HERE
Camper Selection Criteria: CLICK HERE
Student Application Form (CLUB USE ONLY): CLICK HERE
Reservation Form: CLICK HERE (Deadline: December 31, 2020)
Student Information Form: CLICK HERE (Deadline: March 31, 2021)
Camp Venture Authorization Form: CLICK HERE (Deadline: March 31, 2021)
Interact is a community service club that is sponsored by Rotary International for high school students. Clubs comes in many varieties, and may be school-based or community-based. Community-based clubs may draw Interact members from several schools as long as they are within the territorial limits of the sponsoring Rotary club, which provides support and guidance. Each Interact club is required to complete at least two community service projects every year, one of which must be an international project. Although each Interact club is sponsored by an individual Rotary club, Interact clubs are self-sufficient and should require little or no financial support from Rotary. Through projects, Interactors learn the importance of leadership, personal integrity, helpfulness and respect for others, and advancement in international understanding and goodwill. In the process, members are also able to have fun and to meet new friends. Today, Interact is one of Rotary’s fastest growing programs, with more than 9,600 clubs in 117 different countries.
History of Interact
The first Interact club was authorized at Melbourne High School, Florida, USA on November 5, 1962. The name “Interact” came from combining the words “international” and “action”. Interact was Rotary’s approach to a program that enabled the youth to serve both in their communities and internationally. Instead of the Rotarians serving the youth, high school students were now able to take part in the process of improving the community. Within a year there were 177 Interact clubs in 24 countries. By October 1964, the number of clubs grew to 450 in 32 different countries. In 1967, Rotary International opened Interact to all high school students at any age and of either gender. Throughout the years, Rotary awarded many different Interact Clubs that were involved in projects that advanced international understanding and goodwill. Today, Interact clubs are still continuing to thrive and grow with the United States , Brazil , India , and Japan having the highest number of Interact clubs.
Give a young person the opportunity of a lifetime by participating in Rotary Youth Exchange. Exposure to new cultures and customs is a powerful way to promote global understanding and peace. And it’s not just students who benefit – your Rotary club and host families will too. Although Youth Exchange is administered by the District, a successful exchange depends on the active involvement of local clubs, Rotarians, their families, and the community.
Youth Protection Program
Youth Protection Policy for all activities other than Youth Exchange
Includes Interact, Rotaract, Camps Royal and Venture, transporting youth in any program.