The Rotary Leadership Institute (RLI) is a multi-district, grassroots leadership development program of member districts organized into regional divisions in various parts of the world.

RLI is not an official program of Rotary International and is not under its control.

RLI seeks to have Rotary Clubs in its member districts identify those Rotarians who appear to have the potential for future club leadership (not necessarily as club presidents) and provide those so identified with a quality education in Rotary knowledge and leadership skills so important in voluntary organizations.


2015 Curriculum Meeting

2015 Curriculum Meeting - Orlando

The Rotary Leadership Institute invites all member divisions to participate in our annual CURRICULUM MEETING in Orlando, Florida. The 2015 meeting of the Curriculum Committee is especially important because we will review the entire Parts I, II, and III outlines, etc. for the next three year segment for 2015-18. Subcommittees for the various subjects will recommend whether changes are needed to either upgrade changes in Rotary International and the Rotary Foundation or to improve the effectiveness of the RLI Curriculum.

FRIDAY, JAN. 30, 2015 – SUNDAY, FEB. 1, 2015

Click on the image above or THIS LINK to download the flyer.


RLI Annual Dues

dues payment options

How to pay annual dues:
Download the Options Form to pay your dues by check, money order or wire transfer—NOTE: information has changed! Or, use the button below to pay by credit card or PayPal. It is not necessary to have a PayPal account if you are paying with a credit card—Just pay as a guest then choose "credit card" as your payment method to pay by credit card without a PayPal account.

Which District(s)?

Please contact Mike Rabasca with any questions about dues payments: m.rabasca@comcast.net.

RLI brochure

RLI Brochure

• Download the 2013 RLI Brochure (1Mb pdf)


RLI Annual Report 2013-14

RLI Annual Report

• View the 2013-14 RLI Annual Report (5.8Mb pdf)


“No ray of sunshine is ever lost,
but the green which it awakens into
existence needs time to sprout, and
it is not always granted
for the sower to see the harvest.”

—Albert Schweitzer