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Rotary District 5970 strives to create and maintain a safe environment for all youth who participate in Rotary activities. To the best of their ability, Rotarians, Rotarians’ spouses and partners, and other volunteers must safeguard the children and young people they come into contact with and protect them from physical, sexual and emotional abuse. To that end, District 5970 has adopted a Youth Protection Policy which requires that all volunteers be properly educated and vetted before engaging with youth in a volunteer capacity. This educational and vetting process is accomplished by completing the following three step procedure:
  1. Completing the Youth Protection Training Course and test at  Take the exam at the end and disregard the database instructions.  Take a screenshot of the exam results and send them to, with your name and your Club name as the title of the document.
  2. Completing and submitting the District 5970 Youth Volunteer Application located here.
  3. Submitting the required information to Intellicorp for a criminal background check of the volunteer applicant
Upon receipt of the completed application, the test results from the Youth Protection course, and the results of the criminal background check from Intellicorp, the District will advise the applicant, at the email address provided by the applicant in his or her application, of the acceptance or rejection of the application. If an application to serve as a volunteer is rejected, an explanation will be provided at the applicant’s request. The applicant or applicant’s club may appeal the rejection of an application to the District Governor whose decision on the appeal will be final and not subject to further appeal.