Rotaract Committee
Nemanja (Nick) Nikitovic, Chair

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Rotaract is a Rotary-sponsored service club for young men and women, ages 18 to 30. Rotaract clubs are either community or university based, and are sponsored by a local Rotary club. This makes the Rotaract club true "partners in service" and key members of the family of Rotary.

As one of Rotary’s most significant and fastest-growing service programs, with more than 8,400 clubs in about 170 countries and geographical areas, Rotaract has become a worldwide phenomenon.

District 7510 Rotaract Clubs:

Rotaract Club

Sponsoring Rotary Club

Raritan Valley Community College

Rotary Club of Branchburg

Rutgers University

Rotary Club of New Brunswick

Kean University

Rotary Clubs of Elizabeth and Union

The College of New Jersey Community Club

Rotary Club of Trenton

Princeton University

Rotary Club of Princeton

Click on the Rotaract club names to learn more exciting news about each club's activities.

Rotaract Club or Rotary Club Sponsors - Click here for the Rotary International Presidential Citation for Rotaract Clubs. Rotaract fills out the form and returns it to the sponsoring Rotary Club president, who records the information on My Rotary at Rotary.org.

In our District, the inaugural Rotaract Club was chartered as the Raritan Valley Community College Rotaract Club. In December, 2011, this club inducted eighteen students. In 2011-2012, the Rotaract Club participated in more than a dozen humanitarian efforts in its service area. Club members worked on events that included Cooking for SHIP, Toys for Tots, Holiday Happiness, Rotary Bingo Night, Interfaith Dinner, Tutoring Project, Garbage Pickup, and the Friends of Nepal Benefit Dinner. The Club also made an impact internationally by assisting with fundraising for micro-credit loans to people in poverty stricken areas in Nepal.

In 2014-2015, two new Rotaract clubs were chartered - the Rotaract Club at Rutgers New Brunswick, and the Rotaract Club at Kean University.

How Does it Work?

All Rotaract efforts begin at the local, grassroots level, with members addressing their communities’ physical and social needs while promoting international understanding and peace through a framework of friendship and service.

Rotaractors May Also:

  • Work together with Interact clubs or mentor Interactors

  • Participate in Rotary Youth Leadership Awards

  • Become Rotary Foundation Group Study Exchange team member

  • Seek membership in their local Rotary club after their Rotaract membership ends.

  • Achieve the Rotary International Presidential Citation for Rotaract Clubs - click here for the form.

How Can I Learn More?