Week-in-review video from 2018 seminar on Innovation.
Thanks to technology and innovation, 2018-19 Rotary International President, Barry Rassin, addressed the 2018 World Affairs Seminar during the opening ceremony.
Innovation takes many shapes. Technology is sometimes the most apparent, but innovation in Education, Employment & Economy, Art & Recreation, Health, Safety, Sanitation, Transportation, Energy, Food and Water. These areas and more will be available...
See the full updated agenda for the 2018 World Affairs Seminar on INNOVATION, complete with keynote speakers, breakout sessions, field trips, and more!
A listing of the keynote speakers for the 2018 World Affairs Seminar, on “Innovation: Shaping the World You Will Inherit”, held June 23-29 at Carroll University in Waukesha, WI.
When RI President Ian Riseley opened the 2017 World Affairs Seminar (WAS) last June he inspired over 300 high school age delegates from 36 nations to go out and change the world they will inherit. As the 2018 Seminar draws near, we expect an even greater...
Last week, the World Affairs Seminar was recognized by Kiwanis Club of Milwaukee with the Kiwanis Hall of Fame Award. This award is given to an organization that “clearly demonstrates its commitment to the long term betterment of the Milwaukee Community, enhancing the lives of its citizens, visitors and guests.”
Calling Green Bay, Sheboygan, & Milwaukee regional alumni! WAS is needing YOUR help with an upcoming photoshoot. We are needing volunteers to model WAS t-shirts for an upcoming project. Sign up & tell us that you are interested today!
We asked our delegates to share their World Affairs Seminar story! Several recent delegates shared some impressive videos with us, telling us about their experience & take-away. We are excited to announce our contest winners, each receiving partial sponsorships for their local Rotary Clubs.
Social media is here to stay as an integral part of our everyday lives. It impacts how we think, perceive, and communicate with others on a minute-by-minute basis—and helps shape the face we present to the world. We will address social media head on at the 2019 World Affairs Seminar, discussing ethical dilemmas, issues of privacy, transparency and identity, and the economic and political ramifications.