March 28, 2019
Institute: starts at 1:30 PM
The Assistant Governor Institute is a two-day leadership training program for Assistant Governors from the six participating Rotary districts. The role of assistant governor is to help the governor with the administration of designated clubs. By performing this critical function, Assistant Governors support club effectiveness, which in turn increases district effectiveness. The purpose of the Assistant Governor Institute is to develop and enhance skills for new and continuing Assistant Governors so that they can fulfill this role.
All AG's are expected to attend the AGI as well as all PETS District sessions. Plan to be in Chattanooga Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Who comes to AGI:
There are a few ground rules. Just as every Rotarian is asked to join a Rotary club one has to be asked to come to AGI. Those who are asked: Assistant Governors-designee and Assistant Governor Coordinator. Those individuals are invited by the governor-elect in each district. There are some past district governors in attendance and Rotary discussion leaders, again asked by the governors-elect to work in support roles and " of course" specially invited guests who will be featured speakers.
If you are an Assistant Governor or Assistant Governor-Designee in Alabama, Kentucky or Tennessee and cannot attend the AGI and Rotary Mid-South PETS in March 2017 that creates a serious situation. You will need to have a personal conversation with your governor-elect.
Be sure to Register by March 1, 2019 using the Registration on the DACdb calendar.
Registering for AGI is only part of the registration requirement. You will also need to register for PETS and register for your room at either the Chattanooga Mariott downtown or the Days Inn
For more information regarding what to wear, meals, the PETS Agenda, etc., refer to the other pages on this website. Any other questions should be directed to your District Governor Elect.