Sharing Ideas

The Rotary Network * welcomes vocational ideas, resources or success stories from Rotarians and Rotaractors to share with their fellow members to help them through the COVID-19 economic crisis and beyond.

Share Vocational Ideas or Stories

Send your ideas or stories as a word document to  Along with your post, please submit any links, photos (with captions) or videos you would like to embed. Please ensure you have the rights to use submitted photos.
Tips for creating blog posts:
  • Keep it short. Posts should be 300 to 700 words and be about one topic or idea.
  • Be direct. State your main point in the beginning of your post and include supporting information in subsequent paragraphs.
  • Include multimedia features such as videos and images as well as links to other sites to engage readers.

Blog posts may be edited for clarity and brevity and will be sent back to the submitter for review and approval.

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