Rotary provides a network of programs that allow our youth to have experiences that will broaden their minds and futures. With the support of Rotary Clubs across Canada, and Rotary International, we will help youth in Regina apply, and support them through the process. 

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Rotary Youth Exchange Program students spend up to a year living with host families and attending school in a different country. Our Short-term students often complete their exchange during their summer holidays.

Whether students participate in Rotary’s long-term or short-term Youth Exchange Programs, they will learn a new way of living, a great deal about themselves, maybe even a new language, and make friends along the way. 

Rotary club volunteers administer the program at the local level, which helps keep costs low for students and their families. Please click the link below for more information or contact our Chair of Youth Services, Ann Grahame using the contact information found on the bottom of this page.

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Rotary Youth Leadership Awards is a 6-day camp focuses on developing future leaders. Throughout the week campers learn about Rotary and all of it's programs, develop their leadership skills, work as a team to complete challenges, connect with like-minded people, discuss topics of interest, and spend a week in the beautiful Riding Mountain National Park!
Junior RYLA is for youth aged 12-14, Senior RYLA is for youth aged 15-17.
Strong Leaders are Made - Not Born
Rotary Adventures
Our club facilitates participation of High School students in 6 Canada wide programs including Adventures in Citizenship (Ottawa), Adventures in Technology (Saskatoon), Adventures in Human Rights (Winnipeg), A Model United Nations Program (Winnipeg), and our very own Adventures in Agriculture Program held here in Regina. 
For more information on these programs, please click the link below and search in the "Youth" tab under "Youth Programs". 
Chili for Children
Our club is proud to support and provide volunteers to the Chili for Children program.
Chili for Children was founded in 1979 by Theresa and Robert Stevenson, Greg’s parents. Mrs. Stevenson started Chili for Children hot lunch program after she had heard stories of children going to school hungry and seeing children on the street during the noon hour with nothing to eat. Theresa and her husband started the hot lunch program from money out of their own pockets. From its kitchen in the mâmawêyatitân centre, the program now serves 800 hot lunches every day at various schools in Regina. The Chili for Children program contributes to a healthy school environment, setting the table for effective learning.
Contact Our Youth Services Director
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