Vocational Service is the way in which Rotary fosters and supports the application of the Ideal of Service in pursuit of all vocations. Inherent in the Vocational Service ideal are:
(1) Adherence to and promotion of the highest ethical standards in all occupations including faithfulness and fidelity to employers, employees and associates and the fair treatment of them and competitors, the public and those with whom one has any business or professional relationships;
(2) The recognition of the worthiness to society of all useful occupations, not just one's own or those which are pursued by Rotarians;
(3) The contributing of one's vocational talents to the problems and needs of society.

Vocational Service is both the responsibility of a Rotary club and its members. The role of the club is to implement and encourage the objective by frequent demonstration, by application to its own actions, by example and by development of projects that help members contribute vocational talents. The role of its members is to conduct themselves, their business and their professions in accordance with Rotary principles and to respond to projects, which the club has developed.

Our Vocational Service Projects Include:
  • Strive
  • Prior Lake Robotics
  • Jr. Achievement