Article submitted by DG Adrian Froggatt
Great progress has been made by District Youth Chair Rob Cook on the development of this pathway.  The purpose is to provide an overview of all youth programs we offer in District 9820.
Pictured is a prototype display board that is intended to be displayed at all youth programs we run, so participants are aware of other programs they could participate in. Across the bottom are document holders with information on each program. The large A4 document at the bottom on the right-hand side contains a copy of the pathway inside along with notes on each of the programs.
It has been created for clubs to use for promoting youth programs to schools and the community. These A4 brochures will be available soon for clubs to use. We are also costing up the display board option so clubs can purchase that if they wish.
In order, the pathway includes:
  • Earlyact – a new primary school program that supplements Junior Community Awards
  • Rotary Junior Community Awards (Primary Year 6)
  • Interact - secondary school
  • Rotary Youth Exchange Program
  • MUNA (Model United Nations Assembly)
  • National Youth Science Forum
  • Rotary Youth Leadership Awards
  • Rotaract
Contact District Earlyact/Interact Chair Josie Wilson at for information on the Earlyact program and at for information on Interact.