Upon joining Rotary, new members select a classification, approved by the Club Board, to reflect the member's occupation or primary source of income. A key benefit of the classification system is that representatives of many fields are brought together, providing the opportunity for Rotarians to broaden their knowledge of the contemporary workplace. This, in turn, enables Rotarians to fulfil one of the basic obligations of vocational service – recognizing the worthiness to society of all useful occupations. The Classification Talks team encourages new club members to present a short Classification Talk at one of the Club weekly Wednesday morning meetings, providing the member with the opportunity to share information about their vocation. The Classification Talks Team coordinates with the Speaker Coordinator who arranges a date for the talk and team members also help the new member prepare for their presentation.
Committee Members
Name
Club
Position
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Classification Talks Team Chair
 
 
Victoria-Harbourside
Classification Talks Team Chair
Victoria-Harbourside
Speaker Coordinator