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Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, “Our chief want is someone who will inspire us to be what we know we could be.” Be inspired this summer—and become someone who inspires others—by attending a Key Leader retreat!
Need a fun service project that you can do during your meeting? Here are two cheap projects that let your members express their creative sides—and make children’s hospital stays much more enjoyable.
Want to know more about The Eliminate Project? Join us on Wednesday, February 19, 8–10 p.m. EST as the Key Club International Board hosts its second Key Club Twitter chat with some special guests from The Eliminate Project. Follow the conversation with #KeyClubChat.
Key Club partner Nickelodeon kicked off 2014 with the all-new HALO Effect. Inspired by the TEENNICK HALO Awards, this monthly initiative celebrates teens who are helping and leading others in service. Every month, an outstanding teen leader is awarded US$5,000 to donate to his or her charity of choice. So the question is, who inspires you?
Each year, all members of the Kiwanis family are encouraged to serve together on Kiwanis One Day. This year, Kiwanis One Day is Saturday, April 5, so mark your calendars and start planning your projects!
Applying to college? Fighting for competitive scholarships? Be prepared! Recruiters and employers look at your résumé for an average of only six seconds. Here are some tips to make every second count.
We are all part of communities: neighborhoods, schools, clubs, friend groups, sports teams and many more. You’re also a part of the Key Club community. We take part in these communities to feel supported, bond over a certain activity, or reach a common goal. In today’s increasingly interconnected world, we’ve all become part of a greater global community. We must be aware of how our actions and decisions affect people and environments around the world.
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 three ideas below for three fun service projects, two of which can double as awesome club fundraisers, too.
Look to your left. Look to your right. If you see a stack of paper plates and a box of markers, we have the perfect icebreaker for you.
Many of us are familiar with Western astrology. If someone asks what our sign is, we probably know whether we’re a Gemini, Capricorn, Scorpio or another of the twelve zodiac signs. But you may not be as familiar with a different type of zodiac: the Chinese zodiac. The end of this week marks the start of the Chinese New Year celebration--and the beginning of the Year of the Horse.