RYPEN Promo

 
 
Dates
Summer
 
1-3 February 2019
 
 
 Winter

14-16 June 2019
 
 
Summer Camp
Approach High Schools in July/September (Year 9 Advisors seeking young people just entering year 10 at the beginning of the next calendar year). 
 
Forward completed Application forms to
RYPEN
PO Box 88
Mosman 2088
 
Chairman
Ward Pollard
(Mosman)
 
Winter Camp
Approach High Schools in February/April (Year 9/10 Advisors seeking young people in year 10). 
 
Forward completed Application Forms to:
RYPEN
PO Box 332
Blaxland 2774
 
Chairman
Amanda Barnes
(EClub of Greater Sydney)
 
Teenagers today benefit greatly from opportunities to develop "life skills" and motivation to help them cope with the challenges of a very competitive future.

Pressure is put on students to perform academically and their results are the benchmark of success. However other skills are needed for the next stage of a student's growth, be that further education or the workplace.

During an intensive residential weekend, young people aged approximately 14 to 16 years will develop increased motivation, improved life skills, better self-image, pride in themselves and an understanding of setting and achieving goals.  At the same time, participants are interacting with peers from different backgrounds, and different parts of our district, improving their teamwork skills and having fun!!  All this done in an informal atmosphere, where questions and debates are encouraged.

We offer two RYPEN Camps at two different venues.  We now have the best of both worlds – a camp at the Narrabeen Sydney Academy of Sport & Recreation in summer, and a camp in the beautiful Blue Gum Lodge in Springwood in winter.
 
Which students
  • Full time students from years 9/10, aged 14-16 years old
  • Students who have undeveloped potential
  • Students are welcome from both the public and private sector
  • This program is aimed towards students who need a helping hand to develop leadership, initiative and responsibility skills
  • Contact your local high school Year 9 or 10 Adviser, School Counsellors or Heads of Welfare
  • Clubs are encouraged to commit to TWO students for each camp
  • We aim at equal numbers of male and female students
Students Achieve
  • Improved leadership skills in a non-threatening and supportive environment
  • Increased motivation and improved life skills
  • Improved self-image and pride
  • Develop an understanding of setting and achieving goals
  • Increased confidence to overcome problems and take control of their future
  • Improved appreciation of diversity
What's in it for the Rotary Club
  • Fills a niche in the teenage market
  • Supports Rotary's commitment to youth
  • Good "bridge" to RYLA, Youth Exchange, and Rotaract
  • Great opportunity to build relationships with local schools
Today's RYPENarians are our future Rotaractors, Rotarians, LEADERS
 
After RYPEN
After the event
  • Invite your participant(s) back to a club meeting to hear about their experiences
  • Invite a local dignitary or sponsor to do the presentation, take a photo and send it to your local paper