Featured speakers
Anahita Dalmia
Jan 19, 2022
Combating online misinformation
Combating online misinformation

Anahita Dalmia and her team at Alterea have been working on Agents of Influence, a spy-themed educational video game that teaches middle and high school students to combat online misinformation. The goal of their initiative is to equip the next generation with the skills and knowledge to identify reliable information so they can act responsibly in their personal, civic, and social lives. Their game raised $30,000 on Kickstarter, and has been featured with Cyber Civics, Media Literacy Now, Connected Learning, and the Department of Education’s Digital Literacy Accelerator.  A short video of the game is available here: acy Accelerator. You can learn more about the game through a short video here:  https://bit.ly/AoIKVideoF.

Menlo Rotary Social Hour (TGIW)
Jan 26, 2022 5:30 PM
Club Assembly
Feb 02, 2022
Tom Smith, Acting Principal Planner - Menlo Park
Feb 09, 2022
Menlo Park Housing Element
Dan Grunfeld
Mar 02, 2022 12:30 PM
By the Grace of the Game
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We are Menlo Park's premier service club -- a group of community and business leaders who give our time and resources to help make Menlo Park and the world a better place for all. From fundraising to community beautification, scholarships and more, Menlo Park Rotary Club members pride ourselves on getting the job done for the greater good. Our motto is "Service Above Self." Learn more
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Sponsor a Scholar

The Rotary Club of Menlo Park, through our non-profit charitable Foundation, annually provides need-based scholarships to local students. We have a rigorous review process and award approximately $150,000 total in a typical year. You can help a local high school student attend college by giving through our Sponsor a Scholar program