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YOUR JOB AS CLUB PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE CHAIR

As club public relations committee chair, you make sure your club gets credit for the good it does in your community.

RESPONSIBILITIES

ALL COMMITTEES ARE YOUR COMMITTEE

  • Attend your district training assembly
  • Create awareness of club activities and projects
  • among club members, media, and the community
  • Working with the president-elect, select and prepare your committee members
  • Support the work of the membership committee
  • Create subcommittees as needed (for example, media relations, advertising/marketing, special events)
  • Learn key points for talking about Rotary and use them when speaking in public
  • Use social media to promote awareness of Rotary and your club in the community
  • Set committee goals to help achieve the club’s goals for the year and monitor progress toward them
  • Make sure your club’s image is in line with Rotary’s public image
  • Manage your committee’s budget
  • Share your club’s Rotary stories with the local media
  • Work with your club’s other committees and your district committee on multiclub activities or initiatives
  • Become familiar with Rotary’s public relations resources
  • Report committee activities and progress to the club president, board of directors, and the full club
  • Determine what else your club expects your committee to do