Contact: Gloria Mink
United States of America

All around the world during Reconnect Week on 3-9 October, Rotarians and alumni will gather online and in person to share their experiences, network with each other, and exchange ideas for staying involved in Rotary.





Who are alumni?

You are an alum if you participated in any of the following programs:

 (RYLA),  (funded by global grants or district grants),  (members and leaders), Ambassadorial Scholarships, Grants for University Teachers, Group Study Exchange (members and leaders), and Rotary Volunteers.

Why stay connected?

We want to stay in touch with you and there are lots of reasons you should stay in touch with us – 1.2 million reasons to be exact! Our 1.2 million members are found in almost every corner of the globe, in almost every profession. You are bound to find a Rotarian somewhere, doing something you are interested in. 

Connect with leaders from all continents, cultures, and occupations

Expand your network and worldview

Create lasting change in communities around the world

What can clubs and districts do to engage alumni?

Start by developing a plan to build strong relationships with current program participants as well as alumni. Work with your district alumni chair on outreach. Ask alumni to join a Rotary or Rotaract club, or encourage alumni to start new clubs. 

How to find and update alumni information

How can Rotarians find information about the alumni in their district?

Rotary club, district, and zone leaders can get  on My Rotary. For assistance, contact 

How can alumni add or update their information in Rotary’s records?

Alumni can sign in to their  to manage their information.

How can Rotarians correct alumni information?

Email corrections to .

Resources & Reference

Rotary support

Questions? Contact .