District committees rely on the leadership qualities that have made you a successful club leader. By appointing you to a committee, your district governor has recognized that your skills, experience, and enthusiasm will help drive initiatives and support club and district activities and functions.
All committees collaborate with governors before and during their terms to establish district goals.
Learn more about your role and committee in the Lead Your District: Committees manual.
These are the recommended standing district committees that address ongoing functions and activities:
Avenues of service committees work with their districts and clubs to support innovative and sustainable service projects, serve as subject matter experts, and share resources and best practices for their respective avenue of service.
As a member of an Interact, Rotaract, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA), or Youth Exchange committee, you work with your district to strengthen these programs.