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  • 31 jokes of Halloween

    Everyone loves a good joke. Here are 31 that will either make you roll your eyes or give you a good chuckle.

    1. Q. What do goblins and ghosts drink when they're thirsty on Halloween? A. Ghoul-aid.

    2. Q. What’s a mummy's favorite type of music? A. Wrap.

    3. Q. ...

  • 5 ways to get organized

    Balancing school, Key Club and your social life can get crazy sometimes. The good news is following these five simple tips can keep all parts of your life more organized and much less stressful.

    1. Make a to-do list. Before you start your task, think about what needs to be done ...

  • $10K Scholarship to Attend Minerva, A Global University Program

    Dear Key Club students,

    My name is Stephen Kosslyn and I am the Founding Dean at Minerva, a new university program that prepares students to become future leaders, who will serve their community and their world.

    Before Minerva, I spent over 30 years on the Harvard and Stanford faculties. ...

  • Icebreaker: Marshmallow challenge

    You have 18 minutes to build a tower with 20 pieces of uncooked spaghetti, 1 yard of masking tape, 1 yard of string and one large marshmallow. You can only have three friends to help you succeed. How tall could your tower go?

    Try this great icebreaker at your next ...

  • November is for family

    When you joined Key Club, you gained a second family: the Kiwanis family. Keep family ties strong all month long and celebrate service together alongside Kiwanians and other members of Kiwanis’ service leadership programs. Here are some ideas.  

    Reach out and share your love of the Kiwanis family with ...

  • 7 easy #TOT4UNICEF projects

    Myth: You need money to make money.
    Fact: It actually doesn’t take much money at all to create a successful fundraiser.
    Consider one of these 7 low-cost ideas for a last-minute Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF fundraiser.

    1. Help others stay warm.

    Make sure the cold won’t bother anyone in your community ...

  • Advisors: The Key Leader experience

    Are your Key Club members seeking additional leadership training opportunities? Check out Key Leader! It’s an experiential weekend program for today's young leaders. In fact, this life-changing event focuses on service leadership as the first, most meaningful part of leadership.

    Participants attend a Key Leader weekend retreat, where they experience ...

  • The Glass Door: The International Board blog

    Learn some great Key Club expert tips from Key Club International Vice President Addie Clipfell, and keep up-to-date on what the Key Club International Board is up to.

    Hey Key Clubbers!

    Here in Michigan, the temperature is feeling a bit more brisk and some of the leaves are even starting ...

  • Advisors and the Key Club app

    Recently, Key Club International unveiled a new Key Club app that Key Club members can download and use for their clubs. The app was created as a unique space for members to track upcoming club meetings, service projects and total service hours. Here are three things that advisors should know ...

  • You’re a leader. Deal with it.

    Being a leader doesn’t always mean being the person in front. Being a leader also means making the right decisions, knowing when to say no and supporting a team. You’re already a leader, so why not be a great one with the help of this three-day weekend event?

    "Key Leader ...

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