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  • Starting at the bottom: A Key Clubber's story

    By: Elaine Le

    Elaine is a junior at Fountain Valley High School in California, which is part of the California-Nevada-Hawaii District.

    I remember the day I joined Key Club. I didn’t think much of it and just saw it as an opportunity to obtain service hours for my college application. ...

  • 4 service project ideas for Valentine’s Day

    Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, but there’s still plenty of time for your club to participate in the holiday festivities. Check out the ideas below for fun service projects and club fundraisers.

    1. Roses are red, violets are blue…

    Making cards is a pretty standard  service project, but ...

  • E-learning for advisors: Developing Leadership

    Leadership is a core value of Key Club. But how can an advisor help members develop leadership skills? And how can advisors tell if members are growing as leaders? Key Club International is excited to unveil the Developing Leadership e-learning education session for advisors.

    This interactive experience takes an in-depth ...

  • The Key Club International February 2016 Board Meeting Agenda is posted online

    The Key Club International February 2016 board meeting agenda is available to download. 

  • New Key Club nation: Japan

    Key Club International is beyond excited to officially announce our newest Key Club nation: Japan! Key Club is now in 37 countries around the world.

    Zama American High School

    On Saturday, Jan. 9, Zama American High School held its Key Club chartering party and was acknowledged as the first Key ...

  • Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day

     Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said, "Life's most persistent and urgent question is: 'What are you doing for others?'" Key Clubs around the world have long lists of ways they’re giving back, and we couldn’t be more thankful for that. As people celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. with a ...

  • Advisors: Key Club district conventions

    Every Key Club belongs to a district. And every district holds a
    Key Club district convention in the spring. The Key Club district convention experience is an unforgettable experience for those who attend and represent their clubs. Every club is encouraged to send members and advisors to the convention.

    Here ...

  • The Glass Door: The International Board Blog

    Hello Key Clubbers!

    This month, the international board is preparing for their upcoming meeting in February!  We are so excited to travel to our convention city, Atlanta! The committees have been hard at work this month. CGO (Committee for Growth and Outreach) is currently working on a webinar, CID is ...

  • Starting the year right

    It’s out with the old and in with the new. A new year means a fresh start for everyone. Here are three challenges to make an impact in the world in 2016.

    1. Give 12 compliments.

    This one might be a stretch if you’re an introvert. But, hey, why not ...

  • Let's talk pancakes.

    One of our proudest partnerships is with Children’s Miracle Network, a preferred charity of Key Club International. As members of the Kiwanis family, we have another chance in 2016 to support a partner and fulfill our shared mission of service to children.  

    Kiwanis family members in the United States ...

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