Vocational Service and Training Grant is also known as Vocational Exchange:
- based on service delivery and knowledge transfer in the 6 areas of focus
- if with a pilot district; funding is through Global Grants/World Fund
- if with a non-pilot district; funding is through District Grants
Vocational training teams are groups of professionals traveling abroad to either learn more about their profession or teach local professionals about a particular field and provide humanitarian service in their area of expertise.
- May build the capacity of either the team itself or a specific beneficiary community
- May be carried out in conjunction with a humanitarian project or scholarship
- May be multi-vocational but must share a common purpose in support of the selected area of focus
- Must consist of a minimum of one Rotarian as team leader and three team members with no maximum limit of participants. A team may consist of all Rotarians
- Have no restrictions on participant age or length of time for training
- Permit one or more teams to travel under each grant
Group Study Exchange
Although the GSE is phased out, a club (or group of clubs) can apply for a District Grant for a GSE “look-alike” project. All logistics would be the responsibility of the sponsoring clubs. This would follow the District Grant pathway.