"Rising to the Challenge"

We promise to inspire Presidents-Elect to lead their clubs and to empower them to achieve success!
 
This year’s keynote speakers will inform and reinforce our program and our conversations, inviting us all to consider concepts like “thinking out of the box”; becoming a change agent; leading your club to be more project oriented; collaboration and flexibility. You will leave this PETS program feeling “fired up” and eager to begin the amazing year ahead as your club’s President!

 

What is Northeast PETS?

The Northeast Presidents-Elect Training Seminar (NEPETS) is Rotary’s training program for club Presidents-elect and Assistant Governors throughout New England and parts of Canada. The goal of NEPETS is to prepare Presidents-elect and Assistant Governors for their upcoming roles through provocative plenary speakers, in-depth breakout sessions, discussions with peers from various districts, and informal fellowship and networking with other Rotarians. NEPETS is a collaborative effort of eight Rotary districts and includes the states of Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, southern Maine and southern Quebec.
 

Who Attends Northeast PETS?

Each spring, 500+ Rotary Presidents-elect and 100 Assistant Governors gather to learn about Rotary and develop skills to ensure that their upcoming year is successful.  All incoming club presidents must attend training.  If your schedule does not allow you to join us, you can find alternative locations and dates at www.petsalliance.org  Please get permission from your district governor if you need to make alternate plans.
 

When is the 2021 Northeast PETS?

NEPETS will take place on March 11, 12, 13,  as well as 18, 19, 20 of 2021. The program runs online each evening from 6:30 to 9:00 PM.
 

Where is Northeast PETS?

Due to the pandemic, the entire program will be conducted online on Zoom.