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Rotary Club of Franklin member Jerry Chastain talks about the subject matter of business ethics and what is perhaps a vital subject in today's business world.  

 

Rotary Club of Franklin's Sean Gibson talks about his career in broadcasting during a club "Vocational Minute" on Janaury 16th, 2013. The presentation is done throughout the Rotary year which spotlights member's vocations. 

 

 

Rotary Club of Franklin Vocational Service

 

 Vocational service is a very vital part of the Rotary Club of Franklin’s efforts. Projects included in vocational service for 2012-13 included: 1. The Carpenter Scholarship offering up to $1500 in scholarship funds to one or more Macon County nursing students enrolled in their second year of study at WCU and / or SCC, 2. The Shadow Program emphasizing bringing young people into Rotarians’ places of business, and 3. The Rotary Club of Franklin  Honoring at least two Professionals who have contributed significantly in both their professional and personal life in our community. Other Vocational Service Projects include Read2Me as well as a new district wide project-Operation Renewal. The subject of ethics in a series of club programs were presented during the month of October 2012 and should be an important part of every vocation. If you would like to learn more about the Carpenter Scholarships, Operation Renewal, Read2Me or the subject of ethics, move your cursor to "Service Projects"..then "Vocational"..then each individual project page. If you have any questions about the functions of Vocational Service please see director for 2017-18 Rich Peoples.

 

Macon County Manager and Rotary Club of Franklin member Jack Horton received Rotary International's Vocational Service Award at the recent 7670 District Conference in Concord, NC. in April 2013.

 

Franklin Daybreak Rotary member and manager of the state employment office in Franklin, Dale West spoke to members of the Rotary Club of Franklin in October 2012 about employment in Macon County. West gave members an update on job trends in Macon County. The program was in conjunction with Rotary Vocational Month.