Youth Service provides opportunities for young people to develop their skills.
Five schools and 88 students took part in this year’s Rotary Technology Tournament. It was won at the advanced level by a team from Marlborough Science Academy. Jake Callaghan, Anthony Muller, Noa Kusman and Tommy Day (pictured) presented the best solution to the problem. Teams from Roundwood Park School won the Foundation and Intermediate prizes.
Our Rotary Young Chef Competition will be held this year on Wednesday 14th November at Oaklands College. Participation is invited from all St Albans Secondary Schools.
Contestants have the task of preparing a two course meal for two people. Three professional chefs are the judges. The competition is the first stage in a National competition that proceeds through four stages to a final. If your school seems not to be participating you can apply direct to email@example.com
Rotary in St Albans is supporting the national Rotary Youth Speaks competition. The first round will take place on Tuesday 27th November 2018 from 6.30pm at St Saviour’s Church, Sandpit Lane, organised by the Rotary Club of St Albans Verulamium.
Teams of three present a topic of their choice. There are two age groups, 11-13 and 14-17 as at 31/8/2018.
If you would like to enter a team, please email us via the Contact Us.
We seek young people every year that could benefit from our sponsorship to attend RYLA, a weekend of outdoor teamwork and leadership exercises.
More details of these activities can be found in other areas of this website
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