Service Leadership Programs

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Developing leaders through service since 1925.
KEY CLUB
Service Leadership Program
Founded in 1925 in
Sacramento, CA.
Key Club Mission and Vision
Vision: To develop competent, capable,
caring leaders through the vehicle of
service.
Mission: An international, student-led
organization providing its members with
opportunities to perform service, build
character, and develop leadership.
Key Club Core Values
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Caring
Character Building
Inclusiveness
Leadership
Key Club is reaching out
• Almost 5,000 Clubs
• Almost 250,000 members
• 28 countries
• 12 million hours of service each year
Student-led organization
Key Club members decide how:
• Club will function
• Budget will be administered
• Issues will be addressed
From the club to the International Board
young men and women are leading their
organization.
KEY CLUB
structure
Key Club Structure
Members
Divisions
Club board of
directors
33 Districts
International
Council: Board
and Governors
Clubs
District boards
International
Board of
trustees
Club board of directors
• Includes officers and class directors.
• Meet outside of club meeting.
• Administration and planning of club.
• Business of club.
• Club meeting should focus on education
and service.
Who is on the district board?
• Governor
• Lieutenant Governor for each division
• Secretary
• Treasurer
• Bulletin Editor
• Webmaster
• Additional committee chairs as needed
What do they do?
• Direct link to clubs.
• Provides mentoring, education and
knowledge of service opportunities.
• Holds divisional council meetings.
• Provides training for club officers and
personal development.
• Coordinates district convention.
International Board of Trustees
• Represents all members.
• Defines policies and has administrative
authority.
• Research and determine
service opportunities
and partnerships.
• Develops and selects
member resources.
Key Club dues
• International Dues: US $6.50
• District Dues: average US $4.50-6.50
Not to exceed International Dues
• Club: average US $6.50
Key Club dues support
• Club mailings
• Member communication & administration
• Leadership development resources
• Major Emphasis Program
• Materials about service partners
• Convention planning and promotion
Key Club dues support
• Youth Opportunities Fund service grants
• Member scholarships
• Board, Governor and Administrator Training
and Meetings
• Support to district boards
• Club & member recognition and awards
• KEY CLUB magazine and video magazine
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global service
what is the Key Club
Major Emphasis Program?
A service program to bring together
all Key Club members to focus
energies on making an international
impact benefiting children.
Major Emphasis Program
components
1.
The Service Initiative
2.
Service partnerships
3.
Participation in the program can
be fulfilled when serving children by
any means
Key Club service partners
• UNICEF
• March of Dimes
• Children’s Miracle Network
2010 project
Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF
Operation Uruguay: protecting the rights of children
Fundraising and education will provide health
services, meals, and care to street children in
Uruguay.
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Members raised over US $2 million
for HIV/AIDS education in Kenya
and Swaziland.
www.unicefusa.org/keyclub
March of Dimes
• Mission is to improve the health of
babies.
• Key Club members raised over
US$90,000 last year: March for Babies
and other fundraising.
www.marchofdimes.com/youth
Children’s Miracle Network
• Network of hospitals providing
healthcare for children whose parents
aren’t able to pay.
• Dance marathon, telethons, trauma
dolls, serve meals at the Ronald
McDonald House.
www.cmn.org
what is the Key Club
Service Initiative?
• Hands on service focusing on children.
• Changes every two years.
• Determined by community and global
needs.
• Allows clubs of all sizes and from any
country to participate.
2008-10 Service Initiative
• Assisting five to nine year olds to
overcome learning obstacles.
• Enabling these students to be
successful and give back to their
community.
Live to Learn focus
Key Club members are serving primary
school children in three areas:
1. Improving grades
2. Giving back
3. Growing together
Improving grades
Mentoring, tutoring, and developing
reading improvement programs.
Giving back
Work with primary schools to
coordinate service projects for young
students to participate in.
Growing together
Stimulating imagination and learning
through creative crafts and drama.
KEY CLUB
programs
Key Club Week
• Each day places an emphasis on
service; including a Key Club Week
fundraising project.
• Objective is to promote Key Club and
seek media coverage, to make Key Club
a household name.
Key Club
Youth Opportunities Fund
• Fifty cents of every members annual
dues goes to this fund.
• Service grants for US$200 - $2000.
• Any active club may apply,
applications are due to Key Club by
October 15.
KEY CLUB
resources
Member resources
• Officer planners
• Guidebook
• Major Emphasis Program CD
• Marketing CD
• Marketing materials, posters and
brochures
• Make your meetings move
• Key Solutions: on-line resources
Key Club Video Magazine
• New videos
every other
week.
View at www.keyclub.org
• Current and
engaging
video stories
about the
members and
clubs.
Online resources
www.keyclub.org
• Video magazine
• Update club roster
• Project ideas
• Leadership resources
• Officer resources
• Kiwanis family store
• Submit questions
KEY CLUB
adult support
Support to Clubs
• International office staff
• District office staff
• District volunteers: district administrators,
assistant administrators, zone/division
advisors
• Club volunteers: Kiwanis advisor, faculty
advisor, sponsoring Kiwanis club
Local Kiwanis support
• Secure a trained Kiwanis and faculty advisor.
• Attend Key Club meetings.
• Provide financial assistance for club.
• Ensure annual fees are paid.
• Ensure officers receive training.
• Provide personal development opportunities.
• Planning session with both clubs.
• Joint fellowship/service.
Developing leaders through service since 1925.
www.keyclub.org

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