1,094 Rotaract Clubs

250,792 Rotaractors

184 Countries With Rotaract Clubs

Join the global movement of young leaders who are developing innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.

Rotaract clubs bring together people ages 18-30 to exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service.

In communities worldwide, Rotary and Rotaract members work side by side to take action through service. From big cities to rural villages, Rotaract is changing communities like yours.

Rotaract is a Membership Type of Rotary which allows for young adults or those new to Rotary to experience their first foray into what being a Rotarian means - with increased flexibility, focus on a younger membership demographic, and a chance to explore Rotary International from a different perspective, Rotaract is a fresh, fun, and fulfilling Rotary Membership Type.

What’s involved?

Rotaract members decide how to organize and run their clubs, manage their own funds, and plan and carry out activities and service projects. Rotary club sponsors offer guidance and support and work with your club as partners in service.

Who’s involved?

Although initially geared toward young adults aged 18-30, recent changes to the Rotaract structure on an international level have removed the upper age cap - so feasibly anyone can be a Rotaractor!

In District 5190 there are two active Rotaract Clubs:
The Rotaract Club of Amador and the Rotaract Club of Northern Nevada
We are currently building two more Rotaract Clubs in Reno: a Community-Based Rotaract and one at the University of Nevada, Reno!

How do I join?

We're so excited to grow Rotaract with you! Should you be interested in joining, OR STARTING, a Rotaract Club, send an email to Elizabeth or Cecily by clicking the link below their names! They will happily connect you with a Rotaract Club in your area or give you the resources you need in order to start your own Rotaract Club! 

Just want to learn more about Rotaract in general? Our District Rotaract Representative (DRR), Cecily Swason, is more than willing to discuss all things Rotaract. She's happy to chat in all formats: one-on-one chats to presenting at Rotary Meetings! Please email her with all requests, concerns, or questions.



Elizabeth Swason
Cecily Swason
Educational Consultant Rotaract Club of Amador  
Rotary Club of Passport to Amador