Rotaract Club

What is this?

Rotaract, is a club supported by Rotary clubs that give young people between the ages of 18 and 30 to increase the knowledge and skills of their members to help them in their personal development, to address the physical and social needs of their communities. Establish better relations among all people in the world within the framework of friendship and service. In Rotaract clubs, the development of social, international and professional development services is encouraged through individual and team work, while the personal and leadership development of young people is ensured. In addition to improving the living conditions of other people, Rotaract members also make a valuable contribution to their own lives by establishing strong friendships that will last for many years with people who share similar goals and ideals. Rotaracts can take advantage of the many possibilities of The Rotary Foundation. Rotary International provides administrative support for the development of Rotaract clubs. To become a rotaract;
Not being legally obstructed to be a member of an official association; Be between the ages of 18-30;
- A willingness to provide humanitarian services to our society and other world societies and to develop international goodwill and understanding;
- To be prone to teamwork and to be open to self-improvement and to adopt moral standards as leadership qualities and professional responsibility.

Exchange programs

Rotary aims to develop lifelong friendships and develop international understanding with mutual expenses met under certain conditions among Rotaract clubs around the world. This program is a youth program conducted with the aim of helping high school or university students to get to know the world through international exchange and to develop intercultural understanding and tolerance. There are 3 types of exchange programs:

Family to Family Exchange or Step Exchange 15-19 Ages
Camps (Youth Camps and Tours) 15-24 Ages
New Generation Exchange 18-29 Years


The Rotary Foundation and its clubs invest in future leaders and youth by providing scholarships for undergraduate and graduate study. Rotaract Academy organizes application and informative trainings on “Rotary Peace Scholarships” throughout the year. More detailed information can be obtained from our club board members or from the Rotary district 2440 office.


Rotary Seeks the Leaders of Tomorrow (RYLA) is an intensive leadership training and experience, organized by Rotary clubs and districts, where you can develop your leadership skills while having fun and building connections.

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