The Greater Green Bay Rotaract

The Greater Green Bay Rotaract We are a student founded, student led group focused on bettering local, national, and international communities through service and professional development.

The Greater Green Bay Rotaract is part of a global effort to bring peace and international understanding to the world on local, national and international levels. Through Rotaract, there is an opportunity for young professionals between the ages of 18 and 30 to develop leadership skills through coordinating, planning, and networking with senior Rotary officials. Build a home for a family in need, travel to different countries to implement programs and strategies to better their community, raise money for children’s hospitals, visit elderly homes, collect food, money, and clothing for local homeless shelters, develop educational initiatives for schools around the world… MAKE A DIFFERENCE. With your help… it can happen. Join Greater Green Bay Rotaract International and make it happen.

Mission: - To develop professional and leadership skills. - To emphasize respect for the rights of others, based on recognition of the worth of each individual. - To recognize the dignity and value of all useful occupations as opportunities to serve. - To recognize, practice, and promote ethical standards as leadership qualities and vocational responsibilities. - To develop knowledge and understanding of the needs, problems, and opportunities in the community and worldwide. - To provide opportunities for personal and group activities to serve the community and promote international understanding and goodwill toward all people.

Ben's Wish

Ben's Wish

Ben's Wish speaks to the Green Bay Rotaract International - UWGB students. Great group of leaders wanting to make a difference! Thank you for spreading Ben's Wish on campus!

President, Evan Miller, shares this quote by Winston Churchhill, "Success is not final, failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts."


Thank you to the people from Ben's Wish - Food for the Hungry: Our School Children and Community for coming to speak to our group last night. It was great to hear how a tragedy can be turned into a positive.


No meeting tonight! See you all next week.


Our first meeting of the semester will be tomorrow, 1/30 at 8:15 PM. Hope to see you all there!


Rotaract Members, please check your emails, there's a new and exciting travel opportunity!


Is anyone particularly good with internet programing? One of our Rotary advisers is looking for some assistance on a project they are working on. Please let me know if you can help out.

Great news to everyone in the organization! The Green Bay Parks, Recreation, and Forestry Department has approved our re...

Great news to everyone in the organization! The Green Bay Parks, Recreation, and Forestry Department has approved our request to adopt Kennedy Park, a community park just three miles away from campus featuring a playground, ice skating rink, basketball court, soccer field, and indoor bathrooms. The Greater Green Bay Rotaract is now responsible for cleaning, supervising, and maintaining this park for the benefit of the many families living in close proximity to the park.


—PAUL P. HARRIS (founder of Rotary)

I hope everyone's break is going well. Only a couple more weeks until we all head back to school. Lets accomplish more!


We hope you all are enjoying your break and holiday season. All Packer fans were able to get a great present today.


Have a great Thanksgiving break!!

The Greater Green Bay Rotaract's cover photo

The Greater Green Bay Rotaract's cover photo

Unfortunately we only were able to get a few photos from one classroom but it's better than nothing.

Unfortunately we only were able to get a few photos from one classroom but it's better than nothing.

Unfortunately we only were able to get a few photos from one classroom but it's better than nothing.


The bilingual reading went great today from what I heard! Thank you to all those that participated.


Remember the meeting tonight at 8:30 PM in the Mauthe Center lounge. We will be discussing the bilingual reading project tomorrow amongst other things. If you cannot make it to the meeting but would still like to participate in the service project, we will be meeting at the Mauthe Center near the main entrance tomorrow (Friday) at 12:30 PM and leaving at 12:40 PM. I hope to see you all there!


How did Rotary earn its name?

The name came about due to the group’s early practice of rotating meetings among the offices of each member.


It all started with one man—Paul P. Harris. A Chicago attorney formed the world’s first service organization on February, 23, 1905; the Rotary Club of Chicago. An organization for professionals with diverse backgrounds exchanging ideas and forming lifelong friendships.


For those of you who would like to know more about the local Rotary clubs be sure to go like Green Bay and De Pere Area 7 Rotary Clubs page. Its just getting started and can use our help!


What is Rotaract?

It is, "people ages 18-30 in universities and communities worldwide to organize service activities, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun"


We will be meeting tonight at 8:30 in the Mauthe Center Lounge for those of you who are able to make it. Hope to see you there!


No meeting tonight =( I apologize to everyone, I sent out emails Tuesday (or at least I thought I did) but the internet connection here decided to block me from doing so...

The emails will be sent as soon as I am able to get the connection too.


Bring a friend to our meeting tonight! We will be discussing our Relay for Life team, our Recycle for a Smile Campaign, as well as our plans for next year's activities! -- Ryan

The Greater Green Bay Rotaract's cover photo

The Greater Green Bay Rotaract's cover photo


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