Youth Speaks

Get yourself heard loud & clear with the RIBI Youth Speaks competition. Rotary encourages speaking & presentation skills in young people & the RIBI Youth Speaks competition showcases some quality speakers aged from 11 to 18.

Young Chef

Cooking amongst young people is a growing interest & a valuable life skill. Schools seem to agree & the RIBI Young Chef competition goes from strength to strength each year producing some superb quality cooking from young people aged 11 to 17.

Young Photographer

RIBI celebrates photography as a talent and an art form by offering thousands of young people the chance to demonstrate their photographic skills through the RIBI Young Photographer competition.

Technology Tournament

Teams of four Design and Technology students with an interest in engineering and science subjects are invited to apply to compete in a full day out of school event to devise and build a solution to an unseen technical task.

Young Musician

Music is an international language of talented young instrumentalists & vocalists in the world are here. This competition encourages talent by providing an opportunity for young people who enter, to show their musicality.

Youth Services

Every year, thousands of talented and dedicated young people, ages 12-30, have an incredible experience in a New Generations program.

As Rotaractors and Interactors, they serve in communities at home and abroad. Through Rotary Youth Exchange, they explore new cultures. And as Rotary Youth Leadership Awards participants, they learn skills that will help them succeed as future community leaders.

New Generations is Rotary’s fifth Avenue of Service. Learn how your club can get involved in An Introduction to New Generations Service (735).

Find tips for turning New Generations into the next generation of Rotarians in Rotarians and alumni.

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Rotary Young Writer Competition in Mid Herts

Rotary Young Writer Competition in Mid Herts
The picture shows the Intermediate winner, Rose Peeke, and the runners-up, Mia Dacosta, William Dixon Humphrey and India Jordan Jones from Dame Alice Owen's School. The competition was run by Mid-Herts Rotary comprising of the Rotary Clubs of Brookmans Park, Hatfield, Potters Bar and Welwyn Garden City. Margaret Thorpe
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An Exploring Adventure,

An Exploring Adventure,
This is the title of the story by Zoe Dewberry, of Ladbrooke JMI School, Potters Bar which won the District Young Writer Competition. The photo shows her being presented with her certificates and prizes as the Junior winner of both the local... Read more:

Young Writer Competition Winners

Young Writer Competition Winners
You will be touched when you read these winning entries from our District Young Writers Competition and also by the entries which won the National Competition. The subject was “Our World is Beautiful”, and the imagination, use of language and the... Read more:

Winner of District Young Writer Gets a Haircut

Winner of District Young Writer Gets a Haircut
Following on from her success in winning the local round of Rotary Young Writer, Gilbert Inglefield pupil, Kara Weygood-Beasley has gone on to win the Rotary District round of the competition. Kara’s script on the designated topic ‘Our World is... Read more:

DG Prue Meets Sandon Young Writers

DG Prue Meets Sandon Young Writers
The children of Sandon JMI School gave a rapturous welcome to Rotary District Governor Prue Dixon and Baldock Rotary President Rob Cusworth when they visited the school to present certificates to the 24 children who had entered the Rotary Young... Read more:

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