Rotary District 5960
Working with Youth, Rotary District 5960 is committed to creating and maintaining the safest possible environment for all participants in Rotary activities. It is the duty of all Rotarians, spouses or partners of Rotarians, and any other volunteers to safeguard to the best of their ability the welfare of and to prevent the abuse or neglect of youth with whom they come into contact in Rotary Youth activities.
All Volunteers participating in Rotary Youth activities and having significant interaction with youth must be Youth Certified in three easy steps.
The process of becoming Youth Certified is an easy one, just follow the three steps below. On the left side are links to Rotary District 5960 Youth Protection Policy, the Background Check Policy, and Frequently Asked Questions.
You are required to watch the Youth Protection Training Presentation start to finish.
When you get to the last slide, please fill out the Youth Protection Training Completion Form to receive credit for finishing the Youth Protection Policy Training.
District 5960 Youth Volunteer Application. After you submit the application it will be sent the the District 5960 Youth Protection Officer, please allow 3 - 5 days for a response.
District 5960 has set up a background check portal with IntelliCorp, a trusted third-party verification service that works with Rotary clubs and Districts across North America.