Nothing enriches a person, or community, more than working together for the common good. If you are the type of person who seeks enrichment through service, Club #9 has countless opportunities to give your time and talent.

per year
in community efforts

Hiawatha Academies

Hiawatha Academies is a learning center for students K-12 dedicated to closing Minnesota's Opportunity Gap, the second highest gap in the United States between white students and students of color in reading and math. Minneapolis Rotarians support this cause with their time, skills, and financial donations. To learn how to become involved with Hiawatha Academies, contact Sybylla Yeoman Hendrix at

Fewer than 50% of children of color are graduating from high school on time.
Only 37% of Latino students are graduating from high school in Minneapolis.
Fewer than 1 in 10 African-American and Latino students in the Twin Cities attends college.

World Community Service Committee

As a member you can serve on the World Community Service Committee. This committee assesses need, selects global projects for our club, builds financial support and partnerships with other local clubs in the district, and monitors progress and impact. If you are driven to make a difference in the world, this is the ideal place to start. To learn more about the Club #9's World Community Service Committee, contact Sybylla Yeoman Hendrix at

Minneapolis Rotary Foundation

The Minneapolis Rotary Foundation exists to support local and international projects by our club as well as scholarships and other specialized programs for Minneapolis youth. Please visit the Foundation page to learn more. For more information, email Sybylla Yeoman Henrdix at

Learning Center for Economics

The mission of the Learning Center for Economics is to actively ensure that the teaching and learning of economics remains a vital and mandatory element of the education experience at all levels within Minneapolis Public Schools. With a firm education in economics, all of our students will better prepared find their path to being happy, productive citizens. To learn how to become involved with the Learning Center for Economics, contact Sybylla Yeoman Hendrix at

Minneapolis Rotary Scholarship Fund

The Minneapolis Rotary Scholarship is awarded each year to exceptional 12th grade students chosen from Minneapolis Public High Schools. Scholarships are $1,000 to $1,125 per year for up to four consecutive years. While academic qualifications are a strong criteria, students are also selected for their dedication to service. To apply for a Minneapolis Rotary Scholarship, contact Sybylla Yeoman Hendrix at

Rotary International

When you join the Rotary Club of Minneapolis you are automatically part of Rotary International, a global network of

Over 35,000 clubs
With 1.2 million members
Who give back through 16 million volunteer hours per year

To get more information about the meeting venues and schedules for other Rotary clubs worldwide and RI International Conventions, connect with Sybylla Yeoman Hendrix at

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