The Rotary Club of Attadale does the odd sausage sizzle, but we do so much more! Some of our local and international projects include End Polio Now, Shelterbox, Annual Charity Golf Day, Music in the Air Concert, Youth support programs, Annual Salvos Christmas Appeal. It isn’t all hard work. We have movie nights, weekend trips away, international dinner evenings, golf, business networking sessions, visits to a variety of industries, crabbing in Mandurah, BBQs, sundowners, and many more – all of which are optional.
What’s in it for you?
Friendship. Meet community minded people for social and fundraising events.
Business Opportunities. Our members encompass a wide range of professions which can provide networking opportunities.
Personal Development. We encourage personal development through public speaking, project planning and committee involvement.
Charity Involvement. We have the contacts, skills base, energy, and experience to support you to make a difference.
One of our signature projects , now into its second year is our Aspiring Leaders Program. Its PURPOSE is to provide
• Coaching & mentoring to those aspiring to future leadership positions.
• Personal development opportunities for aspiring leaders
• Network opportunities for aspiring leaders with other professionals
• to bring at least two younger members into the RCA, for a period of two years
Participants will be aspiring leaders, seeking to enhance their professional and personal skills as they progress their career from technician to front line manager or frontline manager to middle manager or middle manager to senior management positions, they will be looking to develop their skills and must be willing to commit to active club involvement for the two years, attending a minimum of 65% of all club meetings. Meetings are held on a Monday evening from 6pm – 8.30pm, and there are three of these per month.
Applicants from a diverse range of work areas are encouraged to apply, and ideally will have a several years’ work experience.
For employers, it is a relatively low-cost initiative, provides ongoing professional and personal development, and may contribute to employer expectations of community service for their organisation.