Vocational Service calls on every Rotarian to work with integrity and contribute their expertise to the problems and needs of society and exemplify the spirit of Rotary through their own vocational service.
Planned Vocational Visits
Each six months, club members visit two community agencies providing specialist, support services to people with special needs in the Penrith area. These visits promote our members' awareness of community needs and services attempting to address those needs.
Seminars are held six monthly to discuss ethical practices and the application of Rotary's Four Way Test so that we follow ethical principles and contemporary practices in our work places and in our club activities and decision making processes
Presentation of Rotary Pride of Workmanship Awards
Annual awards to encourage local employees nominated by their employers due to outstanding contributions to their workplace teams and their contribution to vocational service.
West Wyalong Work Experience Program
A week long opportunity for Year 10 students from West Wyalong High to come to Penrith, hosted by Nepean Rotarians, to gain invaluable work experience with participating business people from the Penrith area. The program also provides the chance for these country students to experience life in the city.
Rural Experience Program in West Wyalong
A yearly, week-long opportunity for a group of Year 10 students from a number of Penrith secondary schools to spend time experiencing life with students and host families from West Wyalong High School. These students visit local farms, participate in the local agricultural show, visit local business sites such Pace Poultry Farm and the gold mine. and attend cattle sales in nearby townships. The West Wyalong rotary Club also assits with the two student exchange programs.