Interact clubs are self-supporting and self-governing, and
they receive guidance from a local sponsor Rotary club.
The governing body of an Interact club is its board of directors.
The board consists of the president, vice president,
secretary, treasurer, and any additional officers, depending
on the size of the club. The board is required to meet at least
once a month and report any action taken at the next Interact
During its meetings, the board reviews and approves the
club’s plans and projects. The Rotarian and faculty advisers
must attend all board meetings. Club members may also attend
these meetings as observers.
The Interact club’s board of directors should be familiar with
the Interact constitutional documents. In addition, incoming
Interact club officers must participate in leadership training.
Board members should think of project ideas, encourage
club members to participate, and delegate responsibilities.
At the end of the year, the board prepares a final report
that describes the major actions taken over the past year.
It should keep the original on file and send a copy to the sponsor rotary club
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