Rotary Youth Exchange

Rotary Youth Exchange

WHAT IS ROTARY? The world's first service club, the Rotary Club of Chicago, was formed on February 23rd 1905 by Paul P. Harris. The Rotary name derived from the early practice of rotating meetings among members' offices. Today, 1.2 million Rotarians belong to over 32,000 Rotary clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas. Motto: Service Above Self Four Way Test Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build good will and better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned? WHAT IS ROTARY

YOUTH EXCHANGE? Over 75 years old Over 8,000 students in over 80 countries Totally Volunteer: Over 1.2 million Rotarians in more than 32,000 clubs We are Rotary District 5840 Member of South Central Rotary Youth Exchange, Inc. (SCRYE) www.scrye.org STUDENT PROTECTION POLICIES Rotarys Statement of Conduct for Working with Youth

Statement of Conduct for Working with Youth Rotary International is committed to creating and maintaining the safest possible environment for all participants in Rotary activities. It is the duty of all Rotarians, Rotarians spouses, partners, and other volunteers to safeguard to the best of their ability the welfare of and to prevent the physical, sexual, or emotional abuse of children and young people with whom they come into contact. STUDENT PROTECTION

POLICIES Rotarys Statement of Conduct for Working with Youth District 5840 Crisis Management Plan CRISIS MANAGEMENT PLAN What is a Crisis? Crisis Management Chair is Youth Protection Officer (YPO) Timely, Accurate, Concise it critical! If you witness or are notified of a crisis, contact medical authorities then YPO Do NOT contact natural parents or media District Youth Exchange Officer (YEO) will contact

sponsor YEO who will contact natural parents Media Spokesperson is the only person to talk to the media Follow the Law! STUDENT PROTECTION POLICIES Rotarys Statement of Conduct for Working with Youth District 5840 Crisis Management Plan District 5840 Sexual Abuse Reporting Guidelines SEXUAL ABUSE

REPORTING GUIDELINES Listen attentively and stay calm Protect the student / Remove Student Get the facts, but dont interrogate Be non-judgmental and reassure the student Assure privacy but not confidentiality Record Everything Report Abuse immediately to the Club Counselor and the appropriate the YPO Avoid gossip and blame Do not challenge the alleged offender Follow-Up

STUDENT PROTECTION POLICIES Rotarys Statement of Conduct for Working with Youth District 5840 Crisis Management Plan District 5840 Sexual Abuse Reporting Guidelines Chain of Command

CHAIN OF COMMAND District Governor Dist RYE Committee District YEO Sponsor YEO

Club Counselor/ LC Host Family STUDENT Club THE DOS

At least two Host Families (three is best) High School Club Member Member of the Family UIL eligibility Health Insurance HAVE FUN! District 5840 Is a Non-Smoking District!

Drinkin gDONT FOR Drug s Dating STUDENTS (Six Ds) w o D

a o l n g n i d DEFACI NG Driving

DONTS FOR ADULTS Improper physical contact DONTS FOR ADULTS Improper physical contact Verbal Abuse DONTS FOR ADULTS Improper physical contact Verbal Abuse

Misleading Environment DONTS FOR ADULTS Improper physical contact Verbal Abuse Misleading Environment UnApproved Travel

DONTS FOR ADULTS Improper physical contact Verbal Abuse Misleading Environment UnApproved Travel Encouraging the Six Ds

DUTIES OF THE DISTRICT Provide Training For District Committee and Clubs Furnish Criminal Background Checks (CBCs) for: District Volunteers, Club Volunteers and Host Families (District YEC will now absorb cost of CBCs) Inbound Orientation (September 7-9) Outbound Interviews (November 17) Orientations for Outbounds (including Inbounds) -January 6; March 1-3; June 2 SCRYE Winter Conference (January 18-20) District Conference in San Angelo (April 12-14) RYLA (not this year) SCRYE Approved Tours (June) Leaving for home (June or July)

DUTIES OF THE CLUB Host Club Guarantees Placement At least 2 Host Families Help with Transportation Welcome as a member of the club (badge)

All members participate Let student give presentations Welcome Party Going Home Party DUTIES OF THE COUNSELOR

Student Representative Connect with student Host upon arrival Accompany to Orientation In-Home Interviews First Night Questions Host Family Orientations Moving Student Weekly Log

Texas ID Emergency Money Check www.scrye.org DUTIES OF A HOST PARENT Room and Board Be parents: love, support, encouragement, understanding, discipline Treat student like your own child Clearly communicate your family expectations to student (First Night Questions) Help with challenges Transportation Healthy Boundaries

Internet Policy Cell Phone Policy Curfew Dress Code Talking to Home DUTIES OF THE STUDENT Communicate

Health Insurance Adapt to host family Learn language and culture Perform well in school Represent country and Rotary Participate in Rotary, school, and community activities No jobs except for occasional baby-sitting or yard work Keep Track of Passport, visa and I-94 Return airline ticket

INSURANCE Students have their own insurance Health issues should not be a burden to Host Families, Counselor or others Student, Host Families and Counselor should keep card on them They may have to pay and then submit claim

They have credit cards Student, Counselor and Host Family should have insurance card and medical release on them at all times www.CISI-Bolduc.com CLUB INVESTMENT $2,000 to $2,500 Monthly Stipend (11 months x $100) = $1,100 Flat Fee paid by Club to District = $ 600 Includes: Orientations, Tulsa SCRYE Meeting, District Conference Optional: Birthday, Christmas & Going Away

Presents COSTS Host Family Costs: Support day to day routine expenses Room and board Laundry detergent, toothpaste, soap etc. Meals (including School Lunch) Regular family activities: movies, out to eat, family trips, vacations, etc. Student Costs Clothing, Postage, Telephone

PROBLEMS? Potential Problems: Home Sickness/Culture Shock

Internet/Computer Retreat Cultural Difficulties Language Host Family Kids at school Diet Religion Behavior SIBLING RELATIONSHIPS The Good Set the example Be a protector and a listener

Introduce to friends & activities The Not-so-good (from student or your own child) Jealousy Withdraw from family & exchange student Anger to point of harassment or physical abuse Relations can go beyond normal bounds of siblings

SOLUTIONS Communicate, Communicate, Communicate Respect goes both ways Rules Family tries to correct and notifies Counselor Counselor tries to correct and notifies YEO YEO steps in

YELLOW CARD / RED CARD Yellow Card Probation Signed by Student, Counselor and YEO Sent back to Sponsor YEO and Parents Red Card Heading Home

URLs To Remember scrye.org - All about Rotary Youth Exchange cisi-bolduc.com - Youth Exchange Insurance rotary.org - All about Rotary International rotary5840.org - Our Rotary District Info QUESTIONS?

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