Rotary Vision Statement
“Together, we see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change — across the globe, in our communities, and in ourselves.”
The District Training Assembly is a chance for club officers, committee chairs and assistant governors to further develop leadership skills and refine strategies to achieve their goals. All Rotarians who accept key club leadership roles are encouraged to attend the District Training Assembly.  
Training assemblies like this are the best way to help your club be even more successful in 2020-2021. Attendees will discover tips to take our Clubs and District to the next level.

District 5930 Training Assembly Schedule

You must register for each session you will attend. There is no monetary cost for these trainings. More session to be scheduled.
Register Now Date Time Topic / Description / Presenter
Club Leadership during COVID-19
Ideas for conducting Rotary business during the pandemic, Zoom meeting tips
Dana Sisk, District 5930 Trainer
9-11 am
Club Secretary/Treasurer and Administration
Duties of club secretary and treasurer
Nancy Ross, District 5930 Lt. Governor, Administration
Membership Development and Public Image
Membership engagement and retention, Promotion of Rotary to potential members, Promotion of club events
Luis Cavazos, District 5930 Lt. Governor, Membership
The Rotary Foundation
Foundation giving and fundraising
Rich Kaye, PDG of District 5870 and Assistant Regional Rotary Foundation Coordinator

More topics and sessions to come.

TIME IS RUNNING OUT!  Don't forget to register today for the 2020-2021 District 5930 Virtual Training Assembly!  The District Training Assembly provides a great opportunity for officers, committee chairs and club members - new and old to learn from Rotarians how to manage programs, projects and best practices.  The District Training Assembly is especially beneficial in educating members about Rotary, programs and resources available in the District.  Bring your new members!  Online registration is open and classes are filling up, so don't delay! 


South Texas Rotary District 5930 is made up of close to 2,000 members, from 50 clubs, within the southern tip of Texas. We meet regularly to not only form bonds and friendships, but we also strive to improve lives locally and around the world.