Who are InterActors?

We are a self‐governed and self‐supported club of High School Young People from throughout Tulsa and surrounding communities. We are sponsored by the Rotary Club of Tulsa. Rotary InterAct is the fastest growing group within Rotary International, with over 225,000 young members worldwide!

InterAct Club complete at least two community service projects each school year; one of which furthers international understanding and goodwill. Through these efforts, InterActors develop a network of friendships with local and international clubs and learn the importance of:

  • Developing Leadership Skills and Personal Integrity
  • Demonstrating Helpfulness and Respect for Others
  • Understanding the Value of Individual Responsibility and Hard Work
  • Advancing International Understanding and Goodwill

Contact Us, visit and join our FaceBook and JOIN today. Annual dues are $10. Explore the world of InterAct and have FUN while making a difference.

Past Projects

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Stay Connected

Have a mini-United Nations in your living room on JANUARY 26-27: Every year for one weekend, Rotary South Central Rotary Youth Exchange (SCRYE) Conference invites students from around the world who are participating in Rotary Youth Exchanges to attend. We are looking for host families for ONE NIGHT. It's a great way to have a mini-United Nations in your home! You commit to picking up your guest students (minimum of 2 - your choice of male / female) on Friday afternoon/evening, keep them overnight, then return them to the conference on Saturday by 2:00 pm! It's less than 24 HOURS! You do NOT have to be a Rotarian to be a host. ... See MoreSee Less

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Come hear Kylie Stupka, Executive Director, at Youth Entrepreneurs talk about Hands-on Learning in Free Enterprise this Wednesday, Dec 13 at noon.

When Wichita business leader and activist Charles Koch and his wife Elizabeth saw a significant lack of understanding among students how businesses are created and serve society, they created Youth Entrepreneurs. A year-round program for public schools, Youth Entrepreneurs provides each teacher a stipend and a lesson plan as their students create their own businesses, create products and market them.
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Rotary in the news! Rotarians, Mike Homan, Hannibal B. Johnson, and Stephanie Vickers Cameron, were interviewed yesterday on RSU TV - KRSU show, Perspectives with host Sam Jones. These Rotarians shared what the Rotary Club of Tulsa has been doing for 100+ years to support our local and global communities. ... See MoreSee Less

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We thought we would share some of the thank you cards we received from some Celia Clinton teachers who were given gift cards from our adopt a class this year!! Thanks for stepping up to the plate Rotarians!! ... See MoreSee Less

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