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The Vocational Training Team (VTT) Committee is pleased to announce the selection of Ms. Lezlie Murch from the Rotary Club of St. Catharines as Team Leader for the 2014-2015 VTT to District 7020 (Anguilla and St. Maarten) March 10th to 31st, 2015. The 2014-2015 VTT project focuses on Sport Education and Literacy.

The VTT Committee is now seeking applications for Team Members.

The four VTT members and one alternate may be either Rotarians or non-Rotarians. Rotarians must be members in good standing of a club within the District. Non-Rotarians must reside or be employed within the District. Please note there is no age restriction.

All applicants must possess either a valid Canadian or United States passport or be eligible to obtain one promptly after being selected. Once selected, VTT members will be required to provide certification from a medical professional that they are fit to travel. VTT members will also be required to certify that they have medical insurance effective in the residing District.

Please note that the cost of the VTT is covered by the District Grant and the host Rotary Club/District. This includes transportation, accommodation, and meals, but excludes visa, inoculations, and spending money.

Kindly submit your application (see link below) by November 8th, 2014 to the attention of the VTT Co-Chairs: Dan Smith, dsmith4416@gmail.com and Roseanne Morissette, rmorissette@performanceautogroup.ca  Team member interviews will take place Saturday, November 15th, 2014.

Vocational Training Teams are the new version of what formerly was called Group Study Exchange.  Norfolk Sunrise has a proud history of sponsoring team members. John Wallace, Jim Peters and Sue Thompson have lead teams to India, Japan and Paraguay.  Before he became a Norfolk Sunriser, Jim  Oliver was a team member travelling to Italy..

Vocational Training Teams (VTTs) are a new way for Rotarians to Do Good in the World. Click on http://vimeo.com/57170985Watch as a VTT from Thailand receives training in the U.S., and an American VTT helps build a water system in Thailand.