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

Ficke, Lou Ellen
President-Elect
Club Admin Chair
Dozier, Linda Gail
Public Relations Chair
Nicholson, Steve
President-Nominee
Morgan, Mark A.
Rotary Foundation Chair
Yanoschik, Jim
Community Service Chair
Tate, Doreen E.
International Service Chair
Brown, John
Vocational Service Chair
Bodemer, Robert R Jr.
Youth Services Chair
Brown, Mary
Assistant Governor

Upcoming Speakers

There are no speakers at this time.