The Multi-District PETS Alliance is a membership consortium of the leadership of the multi-district presidents-elect training seminars. Founded in 1992, the primary objective of the Alliance is sharing best practices for training event planning and implementation. Through the sharing of our successes and failures, each Multi-District PETS event has the opportunity to improve the quality of training for Presidents-elect — Rotary's future leaders. Membership is $160 per MDP per year to support dissemination of information and the overhead expenses of the annual meeting. The annual dues provides for the participation of up to three members from each event. Should your event need to bring additional leaders to the meeting, Please contact PRID Ken Morgan for information about stand-by status and cost.

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View the brochure that we developed to share "how" and "why" about the multi-district PETS concept. Dated May 2011, the document remains a good overview of the Alliance.

Annual Meeting

2021 Annual Meeting Planning Underway
Our 2020 annual meeting was our first via videoconference platform and participation was great!  While we do not yet know for sure the venue to be used for 2021, we are actively planning for the meeting to be onsite in Evanston.  As each of you know, there are many hurdles to be cleared and variables to settle before our decision is reached.  Until then, we hope that our web presenced will be of help to our members as each of our events transition to online or hybrid platforms.  Please remember to utilize the RI Staff members assigned to your specific areas as well as the Leadership Development & Training Department who have already been working with several of our members to assist with online event curriculum preparation.

The MDP Alliance 2021 events dates are Thursday evening July 15 through Saturday afternoon July 17.  We will keep you informed as to agenda development and any changes to this onsite meeting plan.  Registration will open April 1 and close on June 30 (or earlier if meeting space reaches capacity).

We ask that you continue to share concerns and ideas as we navigate new ways to add value to club and district officer training. 

Please stay safe and continue to support your clubs and communities in every way you can.