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									Zonta Club Of
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   “Get Hooked on Zonta!”
ZONTA CLUB
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  Welcoming Remarks

                      President
Today’s Program
   Welcoming Remarks
   Icebreaker
   International Organizational Structure
   Club Structure
   Local Club History
   Committee Structure
   Finance
   Ways and Means
   Status of Women/Service
   Evaluation and Closing Remarks


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ZONTA CLUB OF
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   Icebreaker
ZONTA CLUB OF
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   Zonta Member Benefits and
   Responsibilities
Member Benefits
   Meet interesting, involved professionals who seek to
    help women reach their potential
   Work together towards common goals, i.e.
    Objectives of Zonta
   Socialize and network locally, nationally, and
    internationally
   Accept leadership roles that promote personal
    growth and self-confidence in a friendly supportive
    atmosphere
   Participate actively in committees, meetings and
    interesting discussions

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Member Responsibilities
   Attend club and relevant committee meetings
   Pay all dues, fees and assessments promptly
   Be familiar with club bylaws and parliamentary procedures
   Participate actively in meetings and deliberations and
    accept majority decisions
   Accept leadership roles and give time, talent and
    enthusiasm to the organization
   Identify and suggest prospective new members
   Attend area meetings/workshops, district conferences and
    international conventions, if possible
   Support the programs of the Zonta International
    Foundation

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Meeting Times and Dues
   The Zonta Club of ________ has meetings
    the ____________ at ______ at _________.
   The dues for yearly membership are $____.
    There is a one time membership fee of $___.
   New members can join at any time during the
    year. Members pay dues each year in April
    as the Zonta year begins in June.


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ZONTA CLUB OF
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   Zonta International Organizational
   Structure
Zonta International
   Founded 1919 in Buffalo, New York
   Today there are approximately 28,400 members in 1123
    clubs in more than 65 countries
   The Zonta International Board:
       Directs the affairs of Zonta International
       Consists of four elected officers, who constitutes the executive
        committee, and seven elected directors
       Elected at the biennial international conventions
       Four elected officers are:
         President

         President-Elect

         Vice president

         Treasurer/Secretary


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Zonta International
   Districts:
       For administrative purposes, Zonta International divides the world into
        districts
       Each district is supervised by an elected governor and elected district
        board
       The elected officers of the district are:
           Governor
           Lieutenant Governor
           Area Directors
           Treasurer
           Secretary (appointed by the governor and has no vote)
   Areas:
       Districts are divided into areas
   Clubs:
       The basic organizational unit of Zonta International

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Spheres of Activity
   Operations are concerned with how we
    operate and function



   Service is what we achieve for others




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Zonta International Organization Chart - Operations
 Zonta International Convention

     Zonta International Board

            Districts

                        Areas

                                 Clubs

                                     Club members

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Zonta International Organization Chart - Service
                                       Zonta International



         International Committees



                                            District



                 District Committees



                                             Clubs



                     Club Committees




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Zonta International Foundation
   Founded in 1984
   Administers the service programs and projects of
    Zonta International
   Receives, raises and invests funds for the service
    programs of Zonta International
   Foundation monies are for the main part donated
    by Zonta Clubs and individual members
   Recommended that each Zonta Club give 1/3 of
    service funds raised to the Foundation

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Robert’s Rules of Order
   Parliamentary procedures form a consistent
    set of rules that govern voting assemblies
    that promote justice and order

   Rules are intended to protect the rights of the
    individual, the minority, the absentee and the
    organization


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Robert’s Rules of Order
   Parliamentary authority for Zonta
    International is the current edition of Robert’s
    Rules of Order Newly Revised
   Zonta Club Manual covers members rights
    and responsibilities as well as parliamentary
    procedures
   Other governing documents include:
       Club Bylaws – the organization’s constitution
       Club Standing Rules – parliamentary (club) rules
        of order
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ZONTA CLUB OF
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   Club Structure
Club Board
   President
   President-Elect
   Vice President
   Secretary
   Treasurer
   Parliamentarian (at President’s request)
   Directors

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Board of Zonta Club of ___________
   President
   President-Elect
   Vice President
   Secretary
   Treasurer
   Parliamentarian
   Director (2010-2012)
   Director (2009-2011)

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ZONTA CLUB OF
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   Local Club History
Club History
   Club chartered in __________
   Club has always sent a Delegate to the
    International Convention
   1/3 of Service Funds given to ZI
    projects
       Amelia Earhart Fund
       Violence Against Women
       Zonta International Service
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Club History
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Club Service Funds
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Club Service Funds
   Other organizations that the Zonta Club of
    ___________ have donated funds to are
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ZONTA CLUB OF
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   Break
ZONTA CLUB OF
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   Committee Structure
Committee Structure
   Status of Women/Service
       Amelia Earhart
       Service – Local and International
       Scholarship
       Legislative Awareness and Advocacy
       ZISVAW
       Environmental

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Committee Structure (Cont.)
   Organization, Membership, and Classification
       Attendance and Fellowship
       By-Laws and Resolutions
   Public Relations and Communications
       Historian
       Newsletter
       Program and Intercity
   United Nations

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Committee Structure (Cont.)
   Finance
       Ways and Means


   Nominating Committee
       Elected



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ZONTA CLUB OF
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   Finance
Finance
   Service Account
       Expenses and revenues from fundraising
       Kept separate from other accounts
   Administration Account
       Dues and in-house fundraising
       Used for administrative costs/committee expenses
   Savings Account
       Ten percent deposited from service fundraising
       Used to fund delegate for conference/convention
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ZONTA CLUB OF
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   Ways and Means
What is Ways and Means?
   Ways and means is the process of raising
    funds
   Funds raised go to local service projects and
    international service projects
   Remember we are a service organization, so
    this process is important to our mission
    statement


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External and Internal Fundraising
   External Fundraising: Items sold to people
    who are not Zontians
       All monies, minus 10% go toward local and
        international service projects
   Internal Fundraising: Items sold to Zontians
    only
       All monies go to administrative types of expenses



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________________ Projects
External and Internal
   External projects




   Internal projects




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ZONTA CLUB OF
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   Status of Women/Service
Purpose & Responsibilities
   To improve the status of women
   Recommend action and service projects that
    support Zonta’s objects, missions, and goals
   Coordinate programs which raise the
    awareness of status of women and provide
    education and development



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Sub-Committees of SOW
   Scholarship
       Purpose:
           To provide educational opportunities to women in different
            fields
       Chair:
   Amelia Earhart
       Purpose:
           After Amelia’s disappearance, a fellowship was created to
            assist women seeking education in the aerospace industry
       Chair:


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Sub-Committees of SOW (Cont.)
   Service
       Purpose:
           To develop and implement service
            projects that will benefit the community,
            globally and locally, within ZI parameters
           To seek qualified organizations to receive
            needed monies
       Chair:

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Sub-Committees of SOW (Cont.)
   ZISVAW (The Zonta International Strategies
    to Eradicate Violence Against Women)
       Purpose:
           To support proposals and work to influence laws or
            attitudes that improve women’s lives
           To support the efforts of the United Nations and its
            member states to advance status of women through
            the adoption and implementation of international
            conventions and treaties
       Chair:
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Sub-Committees of SOW (Cont.)
   Legislative Awareness and Advocacy
       Purpose:
           To support proposals and work to influence laws or
            attitudes that improve women’s lives
       Chair:
   Environmental
       Purpose:
           Community service project to keep our city clean
       Chair:
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Current Service Projects
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Status of Women Summary
   The work we perform within each of these
    committees is very important
   We improve the status of women, not only
    locally, but on a global level




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ZONTA CLUB OF
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   Evaluation and Closing Remarks

								
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