Vocational Service

Dennis McCarbery, director

Strengthening vocational relationships & ethics

Vocational service encourages Rotarians to serve others through their vocations and to practice high ethical standards.

  • Scholarships — The club is a major contributor of scholarships to graduating seniors from Murrieta high schools who are preparing for lifelong vocations through colleges and vocational schools.
  • Music Competition — The club stages a competition each year for high school-age musicians as a way of encouraging young people to pursue musical careers.  The contest offers cash prizes and entry into a district-wide competition.
  • Vocational Service Awards — This program annually recognizes high standards from public safety and educational employees.
  • 4-Way Speech Contest — This program has a dual purpose:  encourage development of public speaking skills through a contest for high schoolers centered on Rotary’s 4-Way Test of ethical values.  Prize money is awarded along with entry into district-level competition.
  • Veterans Luncheon — The club annually recognizes those who have served in this country’s Armed Forces with a special luncheon at the Field of Honor.

Our Leadership

Bodemer, Robert R Jr.
Youth Services Chair
Nickerson, Jeffrey C.
President-Elect
Dozier, Linda Gail
Public Relations Chair
Lawe, Richard C.
Sergeant-at-Arms
Lunday, Don
Sergeant-at-Arms
Morgan, Mark A.
Rotary Foundation Chair
Stromsoe, Mike
Sergeant-at-Arms
Ficke, Lou Ellen
Club Programs Chair
Yanoschik, Jim
Community Service Chair
Tate, Doreen E.
International Service Chair
Brown, John
Vocational Service Chair
Gentry, Jann
iPast President
Brown, Mary
Assistant Governor

Upcoming Speakers

There are no speakers at this time.