Welcome to Brighton Rotary

The word Mentor came from the Greeks and the French, but no matter how it got here: mentoring and the Rotary Club of Brighton (RCB) seem to be the perfect match!

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2018 saw the launch of the Rotary Club of Brighton (RCB) & RMIT Mentor/Mentee program. We've had over twenty mentors matched with undergraduates and post graduate students to provide professional guidance and assistance.

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Melbourne based RMIT students are getting support from Brighton Rotarians' industry professionals to explore their career options. On Tuesday, 31st October 2017 we saw a big jump in Rotary Club of Brighton Mentors signing-up to invest into the workforce of the future, by Mentoring students at RMIT.  This new project initiative wasn’t just involving Rotarians, but is something that has partners interested as well. These new mentors are keen to take action, sharing their expertise and experiences with RMIT student mentees.

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The National Youth Science Forum (NYSF) is the premier science event for senior secondary students and their schools. The Rotary Club of Brighton has achieved a Hat Trick, with three nominated students attending the forum in 2019.

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Brighton Rotary making more change for the greater good

Brighton Rotary’s Sustainable Community Cambodia Committee have managed to raise $52,750 USD and nearly doubled this to $99,000 USD - $125,000 AUD - with a Rotary Foundation International Global Grant for an exciting humanitarian project.

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Making a difference!

From Friday, 27th October night to Sunday afternoon, 29th October 2017 students from Brighton Secondary College (BSC) attended RYPEN at Malmsbury - thanks to the efforts of Brighton Rotarians Tony Naughton, and John and Carole Schmoll.

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Meeting 20 June: Phil Wall singer of Sinatra songs

Phil Wall is a well known entertainer and performer of Frank Sinatra Songs, who will sing the night away with all our favourite Sinatra numbers. Phil is filling in for Dylan Alcott at late notice due to Dylan falling ill.

Hope to still see you there for Norm's last Rotary meeting.

 

ABC News Showcases Violence Free Families' World First Online Men’s Program.

Violence Free Families has developed from scratch a world first group online program for male perpetrators of family violence. Comprehensively evaluated by Melbourne University’s Centre for Program Evaluation over four trials, it came out with top marks.

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A year away from one’s family, home and friends is a very challenging experience for anyone let alone a young person aged between 15-18 years, some of whom have never been abroad before their exchange year. US President Franklin Roosevelt said “We cannot always build a future for our youth, but we can always build our youth for the future.” 

This year the Rotary Club of Brighton supported Ally Leggatt with the opportunity to experience the Rotary Youth Exchange year in Finland... 

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Bastille Night

Date: Thursday Jul 18, 2019, 6:30 pm

French themed night!

$40pp, includes champagne on arrival, French singer, 1 bottle of red & white wine on each table, great speakers, Hennessy Cognac tasting & a special auction

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The Swimland Great Australia Day Swim conducted by the Rotary Club of Brighton is now in its 10th year. Congratulations to all those who participated. Thank you to our sponsors and members of the community for your support. Please 'read more' to view event photos.

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Night of Stars - 2019 -

Event

Date From : Fri Apr 12, 2019 : 18:00
Date To : Fri Apr 12, 2019 : 22:00

The Bayside City Council's 2019 Australia Day Awards ceremony was held in the evening of 26 January at the Sandringham Yacht Club. 

Keiran Comie a member of the Rotary Club of Brighton was a nominee in the category 'Citizen of the Year'.

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On behalf of the Rotary Club of Brighton (RCB), in 2018 we are pleased to announce two successful, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA).

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Over 14,000 students have benefited from donated school supplies, free supplementary tuition for children from linguistically diverse backgrounds, crisis accommodation, and teen support services.

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The Great Australia Day Swim 2018 was a great Bayside Event but also a fabulous FUNdraiser that saves lives. Did you know that $15,000 went to Swim Vietnam and has enabled over 400 teachers trained so far with survival swimming skills and water safety knowledge courses. With almost 900 kids having completed swim programs in the last quarter, this support allowed Swim Vietnam to continue their work in the prevention drowning and water safety lessons throughout Vietnam! 

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Academia is not always the right path for every student and alternative career pathways are not always forthcoming...A real team effort for vocational options are being provided with a new intiative from the Rotary Club of Brighton, Brighton Secondary College and Sandringham Yacht Club, providing new career pathways for local students.

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Brighton Rotary, in conjunction with all Bayside Rotary groups (Hampton, Brighton North, Beaumaris and Sandringham), are proud to deliver the inaugural 2019 Bayside Business Excellence Awards. The program has been developed in conjunciton with Bayside Business Network and supported by Bayside City Council to recognise and celebrate the outstanding performance of local businesses across the Bayside Area...

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2018 saw the launch of the Rotary Club of Brighton (RCB) & RMIT Mentor/Mentee program. We've had over twenty mentors matched with undergraduates and post graduate students to provide professional guidance and assistance.

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Victorian Multi Districts Rotary Conference 2019

A Rotary District Conference provides a quick immersion into the Rotary experience and is recommended to those wanting a wider understanding of what Rotary does both locally and internationally. A number of RC Brighton members will be attending the conference to be held at the Melbourne Convention Centre 16th - 17th February 2019.  Some 1500 delegates from across Victoria are expected to attend. Further details available via www.rotaryconference.org.au