Fall Seminar Day (Morning Sessions)
Fall Seminar Day (Morning Sessions)
Chair:  Julie Clark
Date:  Nov 10, 2012 at 07:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Location:  Medinah Banquets
  550 N Shriners Dr
Addison, IL, United States
60101
Map & Directions

Click here to view the line-up of the days's activities

After enjoying fellowship with Rotarians over breakfast, and having everyone hear Jean Irwin, the keynoter, there will be two tracks. Track one sessions will include the ABC's of Rotary, Membership Seminar, and PR/Social Media., Track 2 will be the first two segments of the Grant Management Seminar (GMS). Participants will take part in only one track. Those seeking GMS Certification must complete the two morning segments, plus one in the afternoon. Please see below for more info on GMS.

All clubs have already paid for 4 people to attend the morning seminars. Participants are guaranteed to become more engaged Rotarians.  

Clubs may register more than four members without additional payment at this time.  After the conclusion of the event, actual costs will be determined, and may be billed a maximum of $25 per member over 4 if needed for the event to break even.  We do not anticipate this will be necessary.  AGs will not count in the 4 per club.

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Club PEs and AGs should also register for the Lunch, Grant Management Seminar and Pre-PETS session by clicking here.  

Club Foundation Chairs and/or International Service Chairs may also attend the afternoon Grant Management Seminar by registering here.

Note, anyone other than PEs and AGs wishing to attend the Lunch must send a check by Nov. 5 for $20 to:

District 6440
c/o GPG & Associates
8430 Gross Point Rd  
Skokie IL 60077

Alternatively, you may go out for lunch locally. 

Those attending the afternoon Grant Management session must attend the morning Future Vision GMS sessions to receive the RI certification, and you need to register for both the morning and applicable afternoon session.

Note, it is an absolute RI requirement that at least one member of your club completes a Grant Management Seminar for your club to receive any matching funds next year.