the Rotary e-Club NY1 of District 7150 and Steps to Take
purpose of Rotary e-Club NY1 of District 7150 is to extend Rotary
to business, community, and professional leaders in any Rotary District
who are unable to meet traditional attendance requirements because
of physical immobility, or extensive travel, or conflicting occupational
demands, or residence beyond reasonable distance from an existing
7150 Rotary club. (View
membership application in steps you'll take below)
be a member of the Rotary e-Club NY1 International Community means:
live or do business in any Rotary District in our Rotary world.
current circumstances are such that it is not possible to meet attendance
requirements of a traditional Rotary club, which is typically a weekly
meeting in a specific location.
are a contributor to society in your profession, occupation, industry,
business, or community role.
commit to the personal ethic of Service Above Self, The Four-Way Test,
and support the Object of Rotary.
have been invited by a Rotary sponsor to join Rotary e-Club NY1 and
approved for membership by its Board of Directors.
are willing to participate regularly in the Rotary e-Club NY1 Community
and as appropriate and feasible you are willing to accept a leadership
role. Club programs, forums and business are conducted in English.
You are willing
to be challenged to financially support club projects - including
the Centennial Project the Cyber Club has chosen at the Children's
Museum and the Rotary Foundation.
have regular access to the Internet and are willing to participate
in the Rotary e-Club NY1 features.
You are prepared
to pay current dues of $75 a quarter, or $150. semi-annually, or $250.
does our Rotary membership dues go:
International dues (includes Rotarian magazine); District
e-Club dues, and Projects. Our current projects are: raising money
to send the desks we renovated to our Literacy Project in India; a
Water & Sanitation Project in Haiti; and a Rotary Resource Room
at the Children's Museum.
members contribute to Sustaining Membership in the Rotary Foundation,
earmarked for the Annual Programs Fund (which supports Group Study
Exchange, Ambassadorial Scholarships, Matching Grants for International
Humanitarian Projects, etc.) and reach
the $1,000 $USD total,
they become a Paul Harris Fellow. Read more here.
paying dues for their first quarter, new members are granted a three-month
trial period. If during this period the new member determines that
Rotary e-Club NY1 does not meet their expectations they may withdraw
membership cancellation without prejudice. Amounts donated to the
RI Foundation will remain as credited to the member's RI account.
If you are a former member from another District, and you have prior
DDF credits, your DDF credits for your Sustaining Membership in The
Rotary Foundation will accumulate if you join Rotary e-Club NY1.
you are interested in becoming a member of Rotary e-Club NY1 of District
7150, and you think these membership
requirements can be part of your future, we welcome you to apply for
letter) * (download
invoice dues form)
are the steps you'll take to apply for membership in our Rotary eClub
1.) Download, Complete & Return via email our Membership
or our Membership
2.) Have your sponsor e-mail
Marlene Brown, Charter
President, with his/her recommendations. (email
Marlene with add'l
3.) Send your $75 quarterly payment (or your yearly payment of $250)
via our secure shopping
Once we've received
all three of these, we will take the following steps:
4.) we will email you of your acceptance into our eClub.
5.) we will request you email us your picture to add to our Membership
6.) we will email you your Rotary eClub NY1 Membership form.
7.) we will add you to the member database at R.I. and email you of
8.) we will include your membership information in our semi-annual
report to Rotary Int'l
as an eClub member would then be as follows:
- Do 3 online make-ups per month
- Complete 10 service hours per 3 months
(quarterly) which could include either hands-on activities
in The Children's Museum (our earthly headquarters where we have
a Rotary Resource Room); Visiting other Rotary Clubs anywhere
in the world (email those reports); helping with a Rotary-related
fundraiser (each event counts for 1 service hour per quarter),
or any project you're involved in which you feel qualifies.