DETAILED INFORMATIONHow to Apply for ELC 2020
- Go to www.rotaryelc.org
- Click on “Instructions” tab
- Read the instructions – ALL OF THEM
- Click on “Application” tab
- Create an account
- Complete all sections of the application on-line and be sure to save before printing
- PRINT A HARD COPY OF YOUR APPLICATION AFTER COMPLETING ONLINE
- Obtain a teacher’s recommendation and signature and attach to completed print application
- Have your parent(s) sign your completed printed application
- Submit the completed and signed printed application to your school’s point of contact NOTE: Your application will ONLY be considered if saved online; submitted on paper to your school’s Rotary contact by the deadline established by your school AND if it is properly completed with all required signatures. A hard copy submittal alone is not acceptable.
- Students will be notified by letter and e-mail (the e-mail you provide in the application) regarding acceptance by the first week of February 2020.
- Be sure there are no obligations or commitments affecting your attendance
- Must attend a pre-conference orientation session with at least 1 parent/guardian
- Full time conference attendance required – Wednesday through Friday, March 11 - 13, 2020
Attend Pre-Conference Orientation - Accepted Enterprise Conference students and their parent or guardian MUST ATTEND one of the two Conference Orientation Sessions usually held after work in the early evening. This is your opportunity to meet the Discussion Group Leaders or “DG”, other accepted students and Conference Committee leaders, as well as have questions answered.
Attendance - Conference students are expected to attend all scheduled sessions of the Conference with their team. Being on time and prepared to participate with your peers is a sign of respect for the team, the Conference Discussion Group Leader, and the Rotary volunteers. A student may NOT leave the Conference early. Students can be picked up from the Gunderson High School at approximately 7:00 pm on Friday.
Closed Conference Campus - Once signed in at the Conference, a student may not leave unless picked up by a parent/guardian with appropriate identification and with approval/sign out by the Conference Chair.
Rotary Transportation - All Conference students, once signed into the Conference, must use Rotary-provided transportation to and from the venue.
Notification of Special Needs/Meals - Physical limitations requiring special accommodation or special medical dietary needs should be included in your application in order that Rotary might inquire into the necessary accommodations at the venue. All meals have a standard vegetarian plate.
Medications, Alcohol, Weapon Policy - Any medication, whether prescribed or “over-the-counter/retail” must be fully identified on its container. The student must inform the Discussion Group Leader (DG) of the need to take medicine. Students may not have in their possession or in their rooms any unapproved medicine or alcohol/wine/beer or other controlled items, or weapon. A student confronted by another student with any of these items or any other dangerous practice, is required to seek out adult help (usually their DG) and distancing him/herself from the situation.
Participation and Conduct - The end of each Conference day may vary, but “lights out” and sleep time are strictly supervised and enforced. Any Conference participant disturbing the group or other venue guests (the public) will be subject to disciplinary action and may include having parents pick them up immediately. Conference participants are expected to conduct themselves at the Conference so as to bring credit to themselves, their school, their parents and Rotary.
Violation of these rules at any time, day or night will result in termination of participation in the Conference activities.