Membership Resources

Use these resources to see if your club is meeting members’ needs and reflecting the community:

Use these resources to learn strategies that will keep members excited about Rotary:

Resources for engaging members found on DACdb in the District Files!

 (You may have to log into DACdb to download it)

 Rotary 101 PowerPoint

 Member Care Manual

New Member Mentor Program

New Member Mentor Program – Acronyms and Abbreviations

 

Use the strategies and ideas in these resources to connect with potential members:

Resource for recruitment found on DACdb in the District Files
(You may have to log into DACdb to download it)

Discover Rotary PowerPoint

Find ideas for planning and strengthening your club in these resources:

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MAP iconMAP (Membership Action Plan)
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District Membership Committee

John E. Mager
Brandywine-Naamans
District Governor
Contact
Randolph Smith
Rehoboth Beach Sunrise
DG-Elect
Contact
Dale C. G. Kerns
North East
DG-Nominee
Contact
Ken Montville
Salisbury
DG-Nominee Designate
Contact
Clifford Berg
Ocean City-Berlin
Immediate Past District Governor
Contact
H Hugh Dawkins Jr.
Easton
PDG
Contact
William Garrow King Jr.
Snow Hill
District Membership Chair
Contact
Pat Campbell-White
Rehoboth Beach Sunrise
District Innovative Club Advocate
Contact
Yasmith T. Johnson
Camden-Wyoming
Member
Contact
Paul Keely
Newark-Morning
Member
Contact
Sherye Nickerson
Easton
Member
Contact
Martha W. Pusey
Snow Hill
Member
Contact
Dan Reed
Long Neck Sunrise
Member
Contact
Paige Russell Tilghman
Centreville
Member
Contact

Zone Leadership Contact

Terry Weaver
Zone 33 Membership Coordinator (RRC)

Hugh Dawkins
Assistant Rotary Coordinator (ARC)

Haris Sofradzija
RI Membership Officer

Make new members feel welcome

Use these resources to celebrate new members, develop an orientation program, and get them involved early and often.

Follow your membership leads

Many prospective members express their interest in Rotary through . If you are a club or district leader, you will receive an email alert letting you know if any of these prospective members have been assigned to your club or district. Check often — these prospective members are waiting to hear from you.

These resources can help you understand what to do with membership leads:

  • — This Learning Center course will show how a prospect experiences the membership leads process, and how club and district leaders can create a consistent, positive experience for prospective members.
  • — Find prospective members who want to get involved.
  • How to Manage Membership Leads (for  and ). Learn how to find and manage your online membership leads.

Please note that some links will require you to FIRST login to the Learning Center in order to access the content.