Our International  Service programs includes activities with a global perspective in mind. This is one of the 5 Rotary AVENUES of Service. In this area we offer International Scholarships, International Youth Exchang, projects in World Community Service, the Education African Youth Program and our participation in the Waterton International Peace Park Assembly.  For more details on each of these areas, please click on the appropriate title in the OVERVIEW section on the left hand side of this window.


Our main objective through our programs is to build understanding, goodwill and a lasting relationship with people from different cultures and background. The objective may be accomplished through short vocational visits, long and short term exchange studies or assisting less fortunate communities around the world to a better life.

World Community Service (WCS)

Vision:  Empowering the World’s Most Vulnerable People 
Mission Statement: Humanitarian assistance for people in need that leads to individual and community self-reliance as well as a higher quality of life.

The WCS committee is a compassionate group of well-respected business leaders committed to providing leadership and ongoing support to humanitarian, educational and economic assistance projects that make a sustainable difference in the lives of those less fortunate in communities in multiple regions around the world. Click here for details of the WCS program.


Educating African Youth

Rotary International Youth Exchange

Since its inception the Youth Exchange has sent over 70,000 students worldwide, offering approximately 8,000 students annually the opportunity live and study in another country for a year. The experience supports a lifetime of understanding and goodwill for both students and members of the participating clubs.

Waterton Glacier International Peace Park Assembly

Every year Rotarians assemble at the Waterton Interntional Peace Park for a weekend of fellowship, learning about environmental topics and re-affirming their pledge of being peaceful neighbors. Learn more that the website (Click on the heading)


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