Members of the GCU Rotaract Club have been busy learning, socializing, and doing service above self this academic year:
  • October 17 - Members had the privilege of hearing from Josephine Godwyll. They were inspired by her service and passion to help people with technology.
  • November 4 - GCU Rotaract helped set up encouragement signs for the MS Walk supporters as well as set up the post-race activities area.  The Rotaract workers met other volunteers and were able to learn more about the importance of raising money to beat MS.
  • November 14 - GCU Rotaractors packed 50 boxes to send out for Christmas presents!  It was a great way to wrap up their semester at Rotaract.  Everyone had a great time preparing the presents and imagining who would open them on Christmas Day.
  • January 26 - ASU and GCU Rotaract members had a Pick-ink.  They spent the afternoon at Tempe Town Park together and had fun playing games and socializing.
  • January 30 - Members had the privilege of hearing from Michael Kruk who represented US Vets of Phoenix.  He told members his story along with how his organization reaches out to homeless veterans in the area and how Rotaract could help.
  • February 2 - GCU Rotaract was featured at the third quarter on the court at the GCU Women's Basketball Game.  The Rotaract mission statement was announced and members had fun attending the game.
  • February 6 - Members had the privilege of hearing from David Cogan, a radio talk show host who has owned many of his own businesses.  He provided entrepreneurial insight and encouraged members to "Do."
  • February 16 - Members were able to help get Grant Community Garden ready for the 2019 growing season by securing a shelter, painting numbers, and planting seeds.