1. Professional Development:
A club's professional development activities expand the members' understanding of the work environment and business opportunities within their community. These activities highlight the Rotaractor's role in the community's economic development and illustrate how skills developed through service activities can help resolve problems in the workplace. Rotaract club provides professional development opportunities to its members through activities such as:
2. Leadership Development:
A club's leadership development activities not only aim to make members more effective leaders in their personal lives, but also to teach them how to develop and sustain strong clubs with relevant projects. Rotaract club provides leadership development opportunities to its members through activities that encourage the following:
3. Service Projects (both locally and internationally):
Public relations are an important aspect of Rotaract club service. Public relations form the relationship between the club, the sponsoring Rotary club, and the community. While the practice of public relations varies between cultures, every club has outside audiences with whom it communicates. Rotaract public relations can be directed at the sponsoring club, the business community, local governmental officials, civic leaders, other organizations, and people directly affected by the clubs service initiatives.