Vancouver - UBC

The Rotaract Club of Vancouver is based at the University of British Columbia Campus. It is a student-run service club. It strives to integrate the ideas of the members and it aims to make a difference within the local community as well as in the international arena. The club is composed of a diverse student body and is very open to new and creative ideas within the contexts of professional development, community service, international service, and fundraising.

Every year, the club empowers members to take on leadership roles heading project-driven committees. The club also strives to introduce to the members valuable community involvement opportunities which address the needs of the community as well as facilitate the personal growth of participants. The club meetings have a very friendly and positive atmosphere and they are marked by a sense of mutual respect and acceptance.

Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Vancouver.

  • Organizing a service trip to Sao Paulo, Brazil in the August of 2011 with the Rotaract Club of Ancheita
  • Music for Japan: educational fundraiser/musical concert in the spring of 2011 to raise awareness about the earthquake in Japan
  • 4th Annual Professional Development Conference, aimed for high school and university students
  • Help dyslexic students through the Computer Assisted Literacy Solution (CALS) Program
  • Help children with developmental disabilities through the Berwick Program
  • Union Gospel Mission Soup Kitchen in Downtown Eastside
  • Help with Halloween and Christmas celebrations at Kiwassa Neighbourhood House
  • Variety Show of Hearts Telethon

The campus club is only active during the school year (September to April). We meet once every week at the UBC Vancouver Point Grey campus and the meeting time varies from school term to school term based on the availability of its members.

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