CIRCLE K INTERNATIONAL 101 : Structure and

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INTERNATIONAL 101
Spring Training Conference 2014
May 4th, 2014
Hosted by Kevin Chiong
WORKSHOP OVERVIEW
• Preferred Charities and
Service Partners
• CKIx (LSSP and ICON)
• International Awards
• International Board
• Sub Region B
• International Committees
• Leadership Academy
• Others way to get involved!
• CKI Jeopardy!
PREFERRED CHARITIES
• Raises awareness of
prematurity and reduce the
rate of premature births.
• Circle K members help by
raising awareness and funds
for the March of Dimes to
prevent premature births.
• UNICEF works in more than 190
countries and territories to improve
the live of children by meeting
their basic needs and expanding
their opportunities to their full
potential.
• Circle K members help by
participating in The Eliminate
Project and the Six Cents Initiative.
PREFERRED CHARITIES
UNICEF
SERVICE PARTNERS
• Students Team Up to Fight Hunger
(STUFH) encourages college
students by joining their local food
banks to collect food for those less
fortunate.
• Better World Books is an online
reseller of used books. Every time
you purchase a book from
BetterWorldBooks.com, a book is
donated to someone in need.
• June 17-22, 2014 at the Loews
Vanderbilt Hotel in Nashville, TN.
• Registration Fee:
• US$395 Regular Registration (May 2June 1)
• US$495 Late/on-site registration (After
June 1)
• Convention Rate:
• US$159 plus 15.25% plus a US$2.50 city
tax per room, per night.
*Information current as of 02/12/14
INTERNATIONAL AWARDS
Club awards are to be delivered to the registration desk at the convention. Any club not attending
the convention but wishing to apply for awards, should have their awards packet postmarked on
or before June 1, 2014, to guarantee it makes the shipment to convention for judging.
• Club Achievement Award
2013-14
• Non-Traditional Club
Scrapbook Award 2013-14
• The ELIMINATE Project
Award 2013-14
• Club Newsletter Award
2013-14
• Traditional Club
Scrapbook Award 2013-14
• Oratorical Contest
Application 2014
• Outstanding Kiwanis
Family Relations Award
2013-14
• Growth Enhances
Membership Award--No
application needed, all
clubs eligible
• Club T-Shirt Award 2013-14
• Club Video Award 2013-14
• Club Website Award 201314
• Service Partners Award
2013-14
• Single Service Award
2013-14
• Member Mile Award--No
application needed, all
clubs attending the
international convention
eligible
INTERNATIONAL BOARD
International
President
Daniel Tsang
Sub Region A
Trustee
Kathy Le
International
Vice-President
Amelia Ahnert
Sub Region B
Trustee
David Limjoco
Sub Region C
Trustee
Jonathan
Sub Region D
Trustee
Jonathan
Sub Region E
Trustee
Alex Bour
Sub Region F
Trustee
Danielle
Sub Region G
Trustee
Stefan Ludlow
International
Trustee At Large
Mason Kuang
SUB REGION B
ROCKY MOUNTAIN DISTRICT
• Colleges from Colorado, Wyoming,
and the pan handle of Nebraska with
9 current clubs.
• Current Membership: 130 members
• Some of these clubs include:
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Adams State University
Colorado School of Mines
Colorado State University
University of Colorado at Boulder
University of Wyoming
• rmdcki.org
SOUTHWEST DISTRICT
• The Southwest is composed of Arizona,
New Mexico, and El Paso Texas. We
have 3 clubs in Arizona, very soon to be
5. And 4 in New Mexico. So this year,
we will have increased our clubs by 28%
(7 to 9).
• Arizona
• Arizona State University (Phoenix)
• Arizona State University (Tucson)
• Northern Arizona University
• New Mexico
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Western New Mexico University
University of New Mexico
New Mexico State University
Eastern New Mexico University
SOUTHWEST DISTRICT
• Current mascot: Jalapeno Harry the
Second
• First “Jalapeno Harry” lost its way in
the great Southwest deserts.
• As of February 2014, Southwest has a
total of 141 members.
• Two annual district events
• Fall Rally
• District Convention
• https://www.facebook.com/SWDCKI
INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEES
• Ad-Hoc Committees
• Awards Task Force
• Executive Committee
• Governing Documents Task Force
• International Expansion Committee
• Membership and Marketing
Committee (Standing)
• Recruitment, Retention, &
Revitalization Committee (R&R&R)
• Social Potential Innovative Club
Enhancement Committee (SPICE)
• Standing Committees
• Kiwanis Family
Relations Committee
• Membership and
Marketing Committee
• Service Committee
• Large Scale Service
Project Committee
LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
• When: Sunday July 27 – Friday,
August 1, 2014
• Cost: Registration US$195
• ANY student from a CKI club can
attend this event!
• This six-day event is intense and
focuses on the E6 Framework.
Attendees learn true leadership
based on servant leadership.
• APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED
THROUGH MONDAY, JULY 7!
OTHER WAYS TO GET INVOLVED!~
• https://www.facebook.com/circlekintnl
• https://twitter.com/circlekintnl
• http://www.youtube.com/user/ckitv
• http://circlek.org/home.aspx
ANY QUESTIONS?
CKI JEOPARDY!
Service
Partners
Preferred
Charities
CKIx
Sub Region B
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THANK YOU FOR COMING!
Contact: chiongk.cki@gmail.com
Please let me know if you have any more
questions! :D

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