St. Louis Rotarian Bob Kocher, Group Study Exchange Team Leader, will give an overview of the team and their Rotary Sponsored trip to Brazil.
Team Members are:
Brian Russell sponsored by the Rotary Club of Cottleville/Weldon Spring with a vocation of Communication – Agriculture/Biotech.
Holly Brantley sponsored by the Rotary Club of Cape Girardeau West with a vocation of Reporter/Journalism – Television News.
Kate Buemi sponsored by the Rotary Club of Webster Groves with a vocation of Parks & Recreation Management.
Kelly O’Mara sponsored by the Rotary Club of St. Louis with a vocation of University Biology instructor, business owner in Conservation-Ecology Management.
Since its inception in 1965, the Group Study Exchange program has provided grants for teams of men and women in the early stages of their business and professional careers to travel abroad and share vocational information with the representatives of their respective professions in another country. Team members spend four weeks studying the host country’s institutions, economy and culture while observing how their own professions are practiced abroad.
Rotary districts select teams comprising of four non-Rotarians and one Rotarian leader. Each of two paired districts sends one and receives a team for a four week study period. Pairings used to be determined by the Rotary Foundation’s trustees to ensure wide geographical distribution, but exchanges are now arranged by the participating districts.
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