Rotary in Action

Rotaract is an international program for young people aged 18 to 30 who believe they can make the world better. The first Rotaract club founded Rotary International in 1968 in North Charlotte, a city in North Carolina. Rotary clubs today sponsor more than 8,000 Rotaract clubs. Rotaract clubs have 176,000 members in more than 150 countries around the world. Their members are called rotarors.

The Rotaract Club's goal is to enable young people to improve and improve their knowledge and skills during professional development, face and address community problems and foster better relationships among all people around the world through network of friendship and mutual understanding. Rotaract clubs organize various projects and activities that depend on the interests of the club and their members. At the local and international level, rotators are involved in organizing various conferences, projects, seminars and participating in international meetings prior to the Rotary International Convention.

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Development of professional and management skills of members through the organization and implementation of various social and cultural projects.


Development of Management Capabilities - Leadership Development, developing Professional Skills - Professional Development and development of Project Capabilities - Service Development.


Rotary is an international association of professional and business people who are dedicated to human goals, pricing and promoting high ethical principles in business and private life, and broader goodwill and understanding in the world. Rotary International (RI) needs to be distinguished, reflecting the world's organizational structure (clubs and districts in all parts of the world, and the Evanston, IL, USA headquarters).


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Our Projects

Rotaract members work side by side to take action through service.

Who are we?

Rotaract clubs bring together people ages 18-30 to exchange ideas with leaders in the community, develop leadership and professional skills, and have fun through service.

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Meet The Team

Get to know the people in charge this year.

Mirna Bačić
District Rotaract Chair

Past member and two-time president of Rotaract club Rijeka now founding member of Rotary e-club Croatia. Civil engineer and mum.

Kristina Ribičić
District 1913 Rotaract Representative- DRR

Kristina Ribičić je naš DRR za rotarijansku godinu 2018./2019. Kristina je po zanimanju magistrica ekonomije kojoj su hobiji putovanja, dizajniranje odjeće te izrada nakita. Kristina je pristupačna, otvorena i snalažljiva osoba koja je uvijek spremna na suradnju i nove izazove.

Marko Perković
District Rotaract Representative Elect

Past president and current member of Rotaract club of Varaždin, former RICO of District 1913, a computer science student at Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing.

Vedran Jakopović
European Rotaract Information Centre- Country Representative- ERIC CR

A student of the Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing. He is currently at Erasmus + Exchange in Aalborg, Denmark and also participates in Rotaract club Aalborg.

Nina Prusac

A 5th-year law student at the University of Split. A founding member of Rotaract Club Split Novi

Mirna Maravić
Rotaract Information Coordination Officer- RICO

Mirna participated in two Rotary exchanges, one long-term exchange in the US and on short-term exchange in Germany.