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Rotary Youth Leadership Awards –
April 28 – 30, 2017

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is an intensive, two-and-a-half-day leadership training program for high school juniors in District 5300 chosen for their leadership potential. In addition to the development of leadership skills, RYLA is meant to develop understanding of Rotary among youth participants and reinforce and provide recognition for their efforts, accomplishments, skills and potential as leaders. Rotarians serve as facilitators to the students’ learning and discovery, as well as role models of Rotary ideals of the Four Way Test and Service Above Self.

Camp Cedar Crest

33325 Camp Cedar Crest Road
Running Springs, CA 92382
Map

Bus Schedules

Buses A, B, and I – Las Vegas Spotters: Dave Thorson and Howard Hopkinson
Bus C – Alhambra  Spotter: Lorraine Simpson
Buses D and E – Arcadia Spotter: Desiree Alvarado (Bus D)
Bus F – West Covina  Spotter: Robert Avila
Bus G – Ontario  Spotter: Garry Schneider
Bus H – Victorville  Spotter: Chris Lamoreaux

RYLA Registration closes March 30, 2017

Register for RYLA Now
(Be sure your popups are turned on. )

THIS BUTTON ALLOWS YOU TO REQUEST AN ezLINK AND THUS BYPASS THE LOGIN PROCESS AND REGISTER DIRECTLY FOR THIS EVENT:

Click Here

 

Once you can completed online registration, please send your completed forms to:

Scan to: ckelley@opusbank.com
Mail to: 1490 Keystone Ct Upland CA 91784

 

 

Chair:

Jason Lameroux
760-684-8000
jl@cbcdesert.com

Participant Coordinator:

Tony Scheppmann
702-460-5723
tony.l.scheppmann.i4p9@statefarm.com

Registrar:

Celeste Kelley
909-238-1092,
ckelley@opusbank.com

Senior Councilor Coordinator:

Ryan Muccio
702-672-6559
muccio.ryan@gmail.com

ROTARY CLUBS

Our club wants to send students to RYLA:

Club Intent to Participate Form
Deadline: January 20, 2017 Closed

Register Students by Clubs
Deadline: March 31, 2017, no exceptions

Tools for Recruiting Students for RYLA

RYLA Flyer  (Editable Version – Microsoft Word)

Tools for Interviewing/Notifying Students

Suggested Interview Questions
Tally Sheet
Sample Letter to School Announcing Student Selection

Sample Letter of Selection

Sample Letter of Selection as Male Alternate

Sample Letter of Selection as Female Alternate

Sample Letter of Non Acceptance
Student Application and Parental Consent Form

Attention Club RYLA Chairs, please mail completed student applications to:
Address Coming Soon

What to Bring/What not to Bring
Orientation PowerPoint Presentation

Orientation Guide for Rotarians Coming Soon

ADULTS

I want to be a Facilitator (lead a group of 8 students)

Find Your Continent Leader to Apply for RYLA Facilitator
Facilitator Training Calendar
ROTARIAN/ADULT APPLICATION
(All Rotarians Attending RYLA Use This Application)
All Facilitator applications shall be submitted via email to Jerry Tambe, gctambe@yahoo.com. For any questions concerning the application process, please call Jerry at 626-930-0804. In the event you are unable to email your application, please fax to 626-930-0825 with a hard copy to 2003 S Myrtle Ave, Monrovia, CA 91016, attention Jerry Tambe.

Facilitator Training (Registration)
High Desert/Antelope Valley

California East and West
Nevada
Facilitator Training (PPT)

What to Bring/What not to Bring

PowerPoint Presentations

Orientation PowerPoint Presentation

PowerPoint Presentation to Promote RYLA Coming Soon

STUDENTS

I want to apply to attend RYLA

Requirement: Students must be in the 11th grade not over the age of 17 and must not turn 18 during RYLA

Student Application and Parental Consent Form

I want to apply to be a Senior Counselor

RYLA Alumni Application

I have been selected to go to RYLA

What to Bring/What not to Bring

Parent/Student Orientation for Southern Nevada – TBA

The RYLA Experience - 2017

The RYLA Experience – 2017


by Mike Norkin and Jason Lamoreaux

RYLA Labs 2017

2016 RYLA

2016 RYLA District 5300 April 15-17
Thousand Pines Camp Video

 

Camp Drone Video

2016 RYLA District 5300 Slide Show 1

2016 RYLA District 5300 Slide Show 2


Contributed by: Sean Odonohue,
Pomona Rotary Club