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Rotary seeking professionals for group exchange

Monday, August 6, 2007

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The Central Indiana Rotary District 6560 is seeking individuals who are interested in joining the 2008 Group Study Exchange (GSE) to Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. This unique cultural and vocational exchange offers young business professionals the opportunity to travel for a memorable and life changing four week tour all expenses-paid.

The GSE program is design to have an invaluable impact on the career of young professionals in the increasingly global workplace by creating networking opportunities and lifelong friendships. As a part of a team, participants will stay with Rotary families to learn their culture, visit historic and civic centers of several host cities, experience how other professionals in their field practice, and promote goodwill and understanding among people of the world.

Applicants for membership on the GSE team must be between the ages of 25 and 40, be fully employed with at least two years of work experience in their chosen field, be in the early stages of their career or profession, reside in Central Indiana and be a citizen of the United States. Rotary is looking for people that are articulate, cooperative, motivated team players and enthusiastic about their vocations. They should be interested in seeking to gain a maximum educational value from the program as well as be able to fulfill the rigorous demands of international travel and actively participate in an extensive itinerary.

The 2008 GSE Team will depart on Sunday, April 6, 2008 and return on Friday, May 2, 2008. Deadline to submit an application is Sept. 14, 2007. Applications should be submitted to your local Rotary Club. Additional information and Rotary club locations can be found at www.rotary6560.org.

Rotary is an international association of business and professional leaders who provide humanitarian service, promote high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world. With over 1.2 million members in over 32,000 clubs in nearly 170 countries, Rotary is the largest service organization in the world which initiates community projects that focus on the most serious issues confronting people around the world -- poverty, conflict resolution, health, hunger, illiteracy, and the eradication of polio.

As a member of a Rotary GSE team, young professionals will learn the difference between wishing for peace and working for it!



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