Bite-sized Jobs for Kitchener Rotary
Do you want to become a bit more engaged with Kitchener Rotary?  Are you looking for a simple way to help our club when you’re staying at home to be safe or when not watching Netflix? Well, we have some low-commitment, low-skill (or easily learnable) “bite-sized” jobs for you!
Public Relations
This committee is dedicated to sharing the good works of our club and of Rotary with both our own members and with the greater public. These jobs relate to our public image and are a way that you can help us to tell our Rotary stories.
  • Paparazzi
    • Take screenshots at Zoom meetings and live shots at in-person meetings and upload them to the club's Google Drive.
  • Photo Album Curator
    • Receive photo materials and organize on ClubRunner to provide history and materials for future promotions.
  • Facebook Coach
    • Work one on one with Rotarians who want to upgrade their social media skills, assisting with set-up and providing guidance on how to use the various features of Facebook.
  • e-Newsletter Publisher
    • Receive materials and prepare the club e-Newsletter for publication after each regular meeting.  This person will also help upload recordings from the club Zoom meetings to our YouTube page.
  • Web-Watcher
    • Regular reviews (maybe once a month or whenever convenient) of the Kitchener Rotary website to ensure up-to-date and accurate information is present. Helps with creating new pages and providing suggestions to other committees for updates.
  • Speaker Introduction and Thank You
    • Prepare an introduction or thank you when we have a speaker attend our meeting.
  • Swag Purveyor
    • Assist club members in obtaining Rotary branded jackets, hats, and other items, coordinating with local suppliers and other vendors. 
Projects and hands-on work
These are jobs where you can get involved with our activities in the community.
  • Online Auction Aides                                                                                                     
    • Assist with various tasks for the annual Online Auction. This includes:
      • Labeling of "date stickers" on signs.
      • sign distribution on Blitz Day
      • several hands for recording & checking off items on Exchange Day, as well as, pre-sorting items
      • several hands for Distribution days
  • Volunteer Hour Deputy
    • Our members participate in various hands-on projects from trail clean-ups, garden maintenance, school snack programs as well as international work. We need someone to help with collecting and recording this data, in Clubrunner, so we have a record of the work our club does in our community.
  • KidsAbility Fun Day Organizer
    • We are looking forward to a post-pandemic time when we are able to restart this event where we work with all 5 Rotary clubs in KW to provide a fun event for the children who participate in programs at KidsAbility together with their families. The coordinator will gather information and assist in planning with the other clubs so we are ready to go.
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