District 5190 Vocational Projects

Vocational Service Projects are a vehicle in which Rotarians can demonstrate service to others through their professions and put into practice promoting high ethical standards. Rotarians, as business and community leaders, share their time, skills and expertise through their vocations and inspire others in the process. Below is a list of vocational service projects in District 5190 that highlight our Rotarians in motion promoting Vocational Services in their communities. 

4-Way Test Program: Facilitate ethical dilemma scenarios with Rotary Club using the 4-way test. PDF

Career Coaching Program: Helps young people explore future career opportunities, and to motivate/inspire them with potential role models. PDF 

Apple Dumpling 4-way test & Literacy Program: Using the adventures of Andy and Elmer promotes the 4-way test and literacy to 2nd and 3rd graders by children's book- program developed by Fairborn Rotary Club. PDF 

Business Person of the Year: Many Rotary Clubs honor business and professional men and women. This program is unique in its partnership with the Chamber of Commerce. PDF 

Rotary Business Academy Program: The Rotary Business Academy is a business simulation open to all high school students. PDF
Choices Program: Sparks Centennial Rotary Club works with CHOICES Education Group to provide this program to students. CHOICES is an interactive decision-making workshop that empowers teens to achieve academic success in pursuit of their career and life aspirations. PDF
Dictionary Project Program: Visit local elementary schools to distribute a new Dictionary to over 5,000 third grade students. Four Way Test inside. PDF 

Most Improved Student Program: Unique in its recognition of students who have overcome obstacles to position themselves for college or education in various professional trades. PDF 

Calculators for Kids: To provide a simple six function hand held calculator to every fourth grade student in the city of Sparks, NV that will augment math learning skills for 4th grade students. PDF 

Career Speakers Bureau for at-risk students: Build a team of Rotarian's to present career talks to at risk students at Local High Schools. This will ultimately lead to Rotarian's mentoring students and possible follow-up job shadow opportunities. PDF