An exciting Young Professionals Service Organization has come to the Carroll County community and all young professionals interested in making a difference as well as progressing themselves on the professional level are all welcome.
The Rotaract of West Georgia was founded to help young leaders and professionals commit to a higher standard of learning, leadership, and service in order to enable personal growth, establish a service-principled community, and exceed the expectations of their generation. Rotaract which is an extension of Rotary International was founded by Miringu Kiarie and Jeremy Moore with the support of the Carrollton Dawnbreakers Rotary Club. The Rotaract of West Georgia primarily charities that benefit children and those that have fallen victim to human trafficking.
The Rotaract of West Georgia is different from other service organizations in the sense that it not only focuses on service to the community, but also invests a lot in its members personal and professional growth. Resume writing workshops, Young Professional mixers, and large scale service projects are only a few aspects of what Rotaract offers. Rotaract also has speakers come and talk on various aspects such as business development, personal growth, and how they achieved their personal goals.
The organization is for ages 18-30 and meets at the Border Restaurant on Wednesdays from 6-7pm. There will also be a Young Professionals Mixer at Max and Henry’s on the Carrollton Square June 23, 2016 from 8-11pm. The attire is business casual. If anyone is interested in joining or has any questions please visit RotaractofWestGeorgia.com.
Press Release by Jeremy Moore