Vocational Service

The Soul of Rotary!

The second of five avenues of services, the Vocational service fosters and supports the application of the ideal of service. These are:

  1. Adherence to, and promotion of, the highest ethical standards in all occupations, including fair treatment of employers, employees, associates, competitors, and the public.
  2. The recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations, not just your own or those that are pursued by Rotarians.
  3. The contribution of your vocational talents to the problems and needs of society.
  4. The values expressed in The 4-Way Test and the Declaration for Rotarians in Business and Professions, which promote high ethical standards in the workplace is acentraltheme of Rotary throughout its history.

Vocational service is the responsibility of both the Rotary club and its members. The role of the club is to implement and encourage the objective by example, through frequent demonstrations and the development of projects that help members contribute vocational talents. The role of members is development of projects that help members contribute vocational talents. The role of members is to conduct themselves, their business and their professions, in accordance with Rotary clubs ideals to take up effective programmes to further the application of the ideal of service in pursuit of all vocations.

The Responsibility of the Individual Rotarian:

Each Rotarian is expected to make his individual contribution to the achievement of the ideals inherent in the five avenues of service. Each Rotarian is expected to so order his daily personal life and business and professional activities that he will be a loyal and serving citizen of his own country.

PDG Chetan Aggarwal

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