The courses are led by Senior RLI Faculty and continue to employ various facilitation techniques and methods used in the undergraduate curriculum to engage, involve and motivate the participants. The courses are generally smaller in size, and allow for a more detailed examination of concepts and immersion in the subject matter.
Registration is for the entire day just as in the undergraduate curriculum. Graduate courses run on the same 8:30 am to 3:30 pm schedule as the undergraduate curriculum, but are scheduled in blocks of two, half-day courses, with each AM or PM block consisting of 2.5 hours. They are run at select RLI locations as indicated on the RLI events calendar by the notation "Grad", with the two, 2 digit course numbers following, i.e., "Grad01-02"
Grad 02- Leadership and Membership Retention: Strategic Visioning in a Rotary Club. This is an examination of the benefits of strategic planning for an individual and organization, different methods of strategic planning, and a hands-on look at the Club Visioning module introduced by RLI in Zone 33.
Grad 03- Diversity: The Key to Saving Rotary? A cutting edge examination of the concept of "diversity", it's societal, legal and cultural genesis, and its application to the Rotary organization and Rotary clubs. Is it the key to "saving" Rotary?
Grad 04- How Clubs can Leverage The Rotary Foundation for "Doing Good in the World"! A detailed examination of innovative techniques for using the programs and financial support of our Foundation and Rotary clubs to "do good in the world".