NIRC Youth Services

New Generations & Youth Service Director: Pat Brainerd

Youth Service programs are designed and planned to help our youth become better and more involved citizens, by recognizing them for outstanding achievements, providing leadership training, showing them that there are adults that care about them, and to set the example of what an involved citizen should be and how they should act.  We also strive to teach that anyone can make a difference and that it is the ordinary citizen caring for his fellow citizens and others around the world that truly do make the world a better place to live.

Projects:  Many projects are the type that continue each year and others and chosen to provide one time support for particular interests.  The following projects are the ones that Youth Service has been involved with during the past year and many will continue into the current year. 

Rotaract Club at UC Irvine

Woodbridge Cross Country Track Meet

Interact Service Clubs at Mater Dei & other local high schools

Support for programs at Olive Crest including their annual Christmas Party for Kids

Irvine Scout Troop 645 [Chartering Organization]

Speech and Singing Contests

Drug Awareness Programs (DARE)

Youth Literacy

Recognizing the Student of the quarter and the year from local high schools

Annual Rotary Youth Leadership Building Weekend in the local mountains (RYLA)

Annual training conference in the fall for Interact Officers and teacher advisors

Support of school-based chapter of future Scientists and Engineers of America

Support funding for: Youth Soccer, Boy Scouts, Sea Base, Police Explorers, Inline Hockey Teams, Eagle Scout conservation projects, and Ethics training in High Schools by funding for program materials.


Our club has an ongoing commitment to youth development by providing both our time and financial resources to support our youth projects.