District Governor 2020-2021
Jon Catlin
Rotary Club of Cadillac
 
 
 
                                                               
  
                                               
                       
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
    
 
 
 
Current District News . . .
 
 
 
Guatemala Project
“Improving education through technology”
 
A specific project has now been established with the Rotary Club of Guatemala and a nonprofit organization Funsepa. The Rotary Club of Guatemala has worked with Funsepa for fifteen years.
 
The project “Improving education through technology”. Since 2004 Funsepa has refurbished computers and transformed into opportunities for children in Guatemala by delivering computer labs to public schools and training teachers on how to include technology in their class  as a learning tool. With the introduction of technology to the classroom student dropout rates are reduced by 50%. Further information is included in a power point presentation located on the district website.
Rotary Action Groups (RAG)
 Rotary Action Groups can help you share your expertise and make a difference in projects beyond your club or district.
 
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