Rotary Camp

2022 Rotary Leadership Summer Camp
Tuesday, May 31–Saturday, June 4

Come join us this year for our five-day Southwestern College Rotary Camp! This year's Rotary Camp dates are Tuesday, May 31 - to Saturday, June 4. Be on the look out for our awesome post cards for more information about this years Rotary Camp!

Location: Southwestern College
Cost: $325
Deadline: May 10, 2022

2022 Rotary Summer Camp Registration

Summer Camp: Leadership In Action

Some people may define a leader as one who is in charge of a group or activity. However, a true leader is a servant first. Rotary Leadership Summer Camp offers an opportunity to discuss the possibilities and responsibilities of being a servant leader, and highlights what Rotary is doing in different communities! Throughout the camp students will learn about themselves and others, and about motivation and teamwork. The students will discover that he or she cannot be a leader without being a servant first. Read below to find out more information on how you or a high school student you know can be a part of Rotary Leadership Camp!

“The first step to leadership is servanthood.” —John Maxwell


What will we do?

The pop-up camp and summer camp will be filled with both mental leadership-building and motivational activities.


  • You’ll work with other students in order to experience in teamwork
  • You’ll set goals to help make a difference in your school
  • You’ll get to distinguish your strengths what makes you unique as a leader
  • We’ll celebrate YOU as a leader


How do I sign up?

Simply follow one of the Rotary Camp Registration links below. If you don't know anyone from a Rotary Club, call us here at Southwestern College, (620) 229-6393, and we'll put you in touch with someone. You can also e-mail us at



2016 Rotary Camp:

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2015 Rotary Camp: 

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2014 Rotary Camp Highlights:

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