Rotaract A service club for people aged 18 to 30. Rotaract Clubs are either community or university based and are sponsored by a local Rotary Club. Rotaract meets fortnightly. https://www.adelaidecityrotaractclub.org/ https://www.auu.org.au/clubs/adelaide_university_rotaract_club
Interact A service club which enables young people aged 14 to 18 to work together in a world fellowship, dedicated to service and international understanding. Interact Clubs are sponsored by individual Rotary Clubs from the student body of single or several school. Interact meets fortnightly.
RYLA Rotary Youth Leadership Awards This program offers the chance to help develop leaders by providing the opportunity for young 18 to 26 year old people to refine skills, explore pertinent topics with their peers and elders and share valuable expertise. It is a six-day experience. http://www.rotaryyouth9500.org.au/ryla/
RYPEN Rotary Youth Program of Enrichment RYPEN aims to provide young people (14-17 years) with the opportunity to develop their leadership potential, gain experience in problem solving and take control of their future. A two and a half day program. https://www.ryla-rypen9500.org.au/
Short Term Youth Exchange Program Varies in length from several days to several weeks. Exchanges can be tailored to match students’ interests or to include tours of specific places or regions.
Other programs supported by Rotary
National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) A 12 day program for students thinking of a career in science, engineering and technology. Participants gain a lifelong network of friends, colleagues and support groups throughout Australia. http://www.rotaryyouth9500.org.au/national-youth-science-forum/
SA Science and Engineering Challenge ‘The Challenge’ generates excitement about science, and engineering as a career path. Students gain an understanding of the value of team work, thinking outside the square, creativity and innovation.
The Science Experience -NYSF Students interested in science engage in a wide range of fascinating science activities under the guidance of scientists who love their work. http://www.rotaryyouth9500.org.au/national-youth-science-forum/