Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is a Three days training camp for students of class VIII to class XII who will be joining college in the coming years, and are ready to exhibit their leadership potential. Participants learn from several Rotarians and other leaders, do a self-assessment of their leadership skills, engage in civic responsibility activities, and work in small groups on thought-provoking and challenging projects. Most of all participants have fun, make lifelong friendships during games, learn & grow while enjoying the games, social time, and more.
RYLA results in all round development pf all the participants and will best benefit those who are seeking ways to develop themselves as leaders. We encourage participants who are in the early stages of self-discovery, and are required to put leadership into practice by serving their schools and communities. We focus on leadership, community service, civic engagement and many more facets for development of participants. While RYLA is a Rotary-sponsored program, it is not necessary to have a family member in Rotary to attend.
RYLA connects you with leaders in your community and around the world to:
RYLA will be hosted at the
It will be a residential camp and the participants will stay here throughout the program.
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Music Competition : Vocal & Instrumental
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Rotary is a global network of 1.4 million members in more than 46,000+ clubs spread throughout 162 countries.
Founded in 1905, Rotary is dedicated to humanitarian service, high ethical standards in business and personal life, and the promotion of world understanding and peace. RYLA was created more than three decades ago to carry out Rotary’s deep commitment to youth leadership development. Each year, thousands of youth participate in hundreds of RYLA experiences all around the globe.
Chartered in 2009, Rotary Club of Mathura Central (Club #82785), a young and dynamic club of RID 3110, has organised 2 district conferences (2015-16 & 2019-20) and 2 RYLA (2016-17 & 2020-21) in a very short span of time.
The club has established a Rotary Dialysis Center through a Global Grant and also constructed 5 Toilet Blocks in different girls schools in Mathura. The club is also doing a Project for diagnosis and treatment of Pre-Cervical Cancer lesion, scalable project for eradication of cervical cancer in India.
Generally December, but check with your local club!
A nominal contribution of ₹ 2500.00 to be provided by the sponsoring club. All other expenses are taken care of by the host club.
No, The participants are required to stay at the venue for the total duration of RYLA. You are requested not to make any other commitments during RYLA.
Each participant will be sharing rooms with two more occupants on the venue. The participants for each room will be decided by the organisers. Rooms come with bedding, pillows and hot water/cold water facilities. There are separate arrangements for Boys & Girls to stay.