The Rotary Minute continued with the month’s theme of Vocational Service and featured a video on how each member can contribute in some way to serve the world through their individual vocations.
It was pointed out that Rotary is one of the few service clubs that have a focus on vocational service. Two Satellite members volunteered to participate in a “Vocation at Your Service” presentation and shared their thoughts on 1). What vocation do you identify with? 2). How does this vocation allow you to engage as a Rotarian? and 3). What are some ways that the 4-Way Test contributes to you and your profession?
Colleen Mitchell with a 35-year career in social work emphasized the need to access the resources and services available in the community.  She is currently working with adults with developmental disabilities.  Jamaican-born Clinton Beckford was instilled at an early age with the importance of education.  He now teaches in the faculty of education at the University of Windsor and was the leader of the Vocational Training Team to Tanzania in 2019.  Clinton shared some of the highlights of his experiences with the team.