Members can participate on committees in five areas of service: Club, Community, International, Vocational and Youth.

Club Service Committees

  • Determines and approves the classification for all prospective members.
  • Reviews all new member applications to make sure all the information is correctly submitted.
  • Assigns the prospective member to open classifications available.
  • Supports the marketing communications and awareness efforts of the Rotary Club of Neenah
  • Maintains the website,
  • Maintains social media outlets for the club
  • Develops recruiting plan to target business prospects and classifications.
  • Orients/welcomes new members.
  • Develops tools to promote the benefits of membership to prospects.

Community Service Committees

Community Outreach
  • Proposes, reviews and oversees hands-on activities and large grant requests for the Club.
  • Screens and recommends major projects to the Board.
  • Evaluates and coordinates large grant requests or those that require a commitment of time and talent as well as dollars.
  • Recruits and organizes volunteers for hands-on projects.
  • Seeks out projects that benefit the youth and senior citizens of our community.
  • Reviews and screens grant applications and recommends grant funding to the club's Board of Directors.

Vocational Service Committees

Math & Science
  • Supports math and science educational initiatives in the community.

International/World Community Service Committee 

  • Propose, review and oversee Club international hands-on activities, grant requests and Rotary International (RI) initiatives.
  • Seeks international projects through RI and/or District Organizes club involvement in Group Study Exchange (GSE) opportunities Coordinate fundraising for Rotary International Foundation projects such as Every Rotarian, Every Year and Polio Plus.

Youth Service Committees

Rotary Youth Exchange
  • Rotary Youth Exchange is one of the most valuable experiences of a young person's life. With the support of a local Rotary club, youth are given the opportunity to spend a year studying abroad. Youth gain valuable exposure to another culture and it's people.
  • Committee coordinates the activity and security for all inbound and outbound exchange students.
  • Hosts activities for exchange students from the Rotary district.
  • Provides a group of high school students the benefit of interaction with Rotary members on a monthly basis.
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  • Connects middle school students with Rotary members in a mentoring environment.