Each year The Rotary Club of Belmont presents the Morton Family Music Award to a talented and deserving musician or singer attending high school or primary school in the East Lake Macquarie region. The monetary award is provided to assist in the payment of fees and costs in relation to their music tuition and development.
Musicians, parents or teachers can contact the club for further details and how to apply. Applicants are auditioned by a panel consisting of club members and musicians before awards are made. A Morton Music Awards night is conducted annually by the club.
Year 10 students are provided with the opportunity to experience how the United Nations works.
Rotary Model United Nations Assembly or MUNA is all about building bridges of goodwill for world peace and understanding in the minds of our youth.
MUNA challenges our youth to respect and tolerate differences of race, religion and nationalism whilst retaining their own individualism and the best of their national traditions. MUNA as a concept arose in North America from the desire of young people to simulate the great debates of the United Nations Assembly.
The Club is willing to consider some level of sponsorship for local school students.
Youth Exchange provides an opportunity for young people to travel overseas and experience the culture and lifestyle of other nations.
Each year Rotary Youth Exchange provides thousands of young people worldwide with an opportunity to experience the cultures and accomplishments of people in other countries.
Youth Exchange is an official program of Rotary International and allows students to undertake an international exchange of one year. Around 60 different countries are involved allowing students to develop lifetime friendships with people from other countries. The exchange program is where Year 10 or Year 11 high school students undertake a full year on exchange overseas.
The National Youth Science Forum provides an opportunity for year 11 students with a strong interest in the sciences to experience life as a scientist.
The NYSF helps students moving into Year 12, who wish to follow careers in science, engineering and technology by introducing them to research and researchers, by encouraging the achievement of excellence in all their undertakings, and by helping to develop their communication and interpersonal skills. It also fosters discussion of, and interest in major national and global issues and emphasises the importance of maintaining continuing active interests in sport, arts and music.
The Club is willing to consider some level of sponsorship for local school students, though few spots are available. The program is competitive and students applications will be considered on a case by case basis.
Club members act as activity assistants for the Science and Engineering Challenge. The program affords young people the opportunity to experience the fun of working in a team to solve real life every day problems in a competitive environment. Students are afforded a unique opportunity to use their creative and innovative skills.
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