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Thousands of youngsters take part every year in our youth competitions which in most cases take the form of regional heats followed by a national final. The majority are categorised into junior, intermediate and advanced age groups.


RIBI Young Chef


Cooking amongst young people is a valuable life skill. Contestants prepare and present a three course meal within a pre-set budget and time limit, which is judged by an expert panel. RIBI Youth Speaks


We encourage speaking and presentation skills in young people and this competition showcases superb quality speakers. RIBI Young Musician


Music is an international language and we encourage talented young people by providing this opportunity to demonstrate their musical skills. RIBI Young Photographer


Photography is a talent and an ever popular art form. Entrants submit three photographs on a theme in black and white or colour, along with a description of the inspiration for their photographs.


RIBI Young Writer


A flair for creative writing is a special gift and this competition promotes and encourages the work of young people who show talent. The winning writers are subsequently published in Rotary magazines.


RIBI Technology Tournament


Teams of students interested in engineering and science compete in a one day event to devise and build a solution to an unseen technical task. Solutions are tested and judged against competing teams.


RIBI Young Citizen Awards


These showcase the citizenship and responsibilities demonstrated by people under the age of 25. Winners receive a cash prize of £500 at our annual conference where the awards are presented live on the BBC News Channel.


RIBI Rotary Youth Leadership Awards


This is a leadership development program which focuses on secondary school students, university students, or young professionals. RYLA events are typically 3–10 days long and covers a variety of topics. (Do you know somebody who you feel would benefit from this?)


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