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  • We're turning 91!

    Key Club existed before sliced bread was a thing. (Seriously. Google it.) We're turning 91 on Saturday, so take a trip down memory lane. Check out what was going on in the world when Key Club hit some of its milestones. 

    The first Key Club formed in 1925 in Sacramento, ...

  • Brazil: Our newest Key Club nation

    Key Club International proudly announces our newest Key Club nation: Brazil! Key Club is now in 38 countries around the world.

    On March 30, the Key Club of Escola Americana do Rio De Janeiro received notification that it is officially chartered. This is the first Key Club in Brazil!

    16 ...

  • Advisors: Life after Key Club

    With high school coming to an end for your club’s seniors, it’s time to share the options they have after graduation. Key Club is part of Kiwanis International, a global organization of members dedicated to community service. Here’s few ways Key Club alumni can stay involved:

    • Join a Circle K ...

  • Key Club gift ideas

    There are always new goodies in the Key Club store. Check out some of our favorites! (Some might make great gifts for graduating seniors or incoming officers!)

    Cinch sack

    Price: $4
    Drawstring bag with “Eat, Sleep, Volunteer, Repeat” on the front.


    Price: $13.75
    “Eat, Sleep, Volunteer, Repeat” on the ...

  • A sneak peek into ICON

    While some of you are coming back from a spring break high, others are preparing for summer jobs. Some of you are thinking about graduation, and some are working to get through this week. To say the least, we know you have a lot going on. There is a lot ...

  • Professionalism: What NOT to do!

    You’ve heard it over and over again: Be professional, be polite, be courteous. But what do these things actually mean? When it’s time to apply for a new position within Key Club, or a job outside of Key Club, knowing the answer will come in handy. 

    Professionalism encompasses a number ...

  • Training new officers

    As the end of the school year approaches, now is a great time to focus on training the club’s incoming officers. With the new officer guides in the spring mailing, your club has a great resource to help prepare your officers for leadership. 

    The guides expose students to some of ...

  • Dirty Little Secret and Earth Day

    Celebrate Earth Day on April 22 with Thirst Project!

    Thirst Project exists to build a socially conscious generation of young people who will end the global water crisis. That’s you!

    This Earth Day, April 22, make a Dirty Little Secret water bottle to talk about a global issue: 663 million ...

  • Why DCON ruled this year!

    Hello Key Clubbers! 

    I hope you’ve all enjoyed your spring break, mine has sure been an interesting one.  One of the biggest perks of being on the international board is having the opportunity to attend several different districts’ annual conferences, most commonly known as DCON. We get to observe as ...

  • 6 pitfalls of leaders

    In last week’s email, we discussed effective habits of leaders. But have you ever thought about the pitfalls of leaders? Avoiding pitfalls can be as effective as developing new skills. Have these six behaviors ever been a roadblock to your leadership?

    1. Avoiding and/or discouraging conflict. When leaders try too ...

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