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Vocational Service & Job1

Projects undertaken by the Rotary Club of Chicago to serve others through its members' vocations, and to foster professional development and the integrity of the business community.

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The Signature Project of the Rotary Club of Chicago, Job1 is a summer internship program for high school students, providing them their first real job through workforce readiness training and summer e

Community Service

Projects undertaken by the Rotary Club of Chicago to help serve the greater Chicago community.

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ROTARY/One has supported a community based health screening day for the Chicago Austin neighborhood for the past two years.

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A holiday party is hosted by Rotarians at a school of the Chicago Easter Seals. Over 100 students are involved.

Club Service

Projects and efforts undertaken by the Rotary Club of Chicago to ensure the health and longevity of the Club and Rotary organization, the enrichment of its members, and the support of its goals and ai

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Preservation and promotion of the first service club's archives and history

International Service

Projects undertaken by the Rotary Club of Chicago, both in the donation of funds and volunteers, at an international level, to bring service to a larger global community.

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Jack Hedrick is club liaison.

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Robert Hudson, Jr. and Mack Harashimas are club liaisons.

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Club liaisons are Evy Alsaker, Andy Kim, Soyern Yoo and Michael Oh.

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Rotary will explore international cultures and relationships; network with other organizations. This interest is for member learning.

Scholarship and Grant Programs

Rotary Scholarship and Grant Programs The Rotary Club of Chicago in coordination with Rotary District 6450 and Rotary International are honored to evaluate, recommend, and sponsor Ambassadorial Scho

 

ROTARY/One Foundation

Rotaract Club of Chicago
University of Chicago Rotaract Club

 
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Paul McConville,
president

David Phelps,
chief administrative officer

Nancy Phelps,
member services  
 
Nancy Ashburn, 
accounting