- for college students
Circle K International (CKI) is the premiere university
service organization in the world sponsored by Kiwanis
International. With clubs on more than 550 campuses
globally, programming is based upon the tenets of
service, leadership, and fellowship.
Leader - for youth
Key Leader is a leadership experience for today's youth
leaders. It focuses on service leadership as the first,
most meaningful leadership development experience. A Key
Leader learns the most important lesson of
leadership—leadership comes from helping others succeed.
Club - for high school students
245,000 high school leaders from 24
countries unite every day to provide service in their
homes, schools, and communities, and complete more than
12 million hours of service. Key Clubbers work to help
eliminate HIV/AIDS in Africa, stop premature birth, and
battle for the rights of children in their communities.
Builders Club - for middle school and junior high
Nearly 40, 000 middle and junior high students in 1,300
clubs in 18 nations contribute service to
school and community while developing leadership and
people skills. Builders Club members implement practical
service-learning principles as they focus on supporting
organizations that focus on the needs of children.
- for elementary students
K-Kids is a student-led community service club for
elementary students that teaches members the value of
helping others through participation in community service
projects and club activities.
Kids is a student recognition program that promotes
character development, self-esteem, and perseverance.
Students work with their classroom teacher and establish
goals to improve behavior, peer relationships,
attendance, or schoolwork. Thoughtful, Enthusiastic,
Respectful, Responsible, Inclusive, Friendly,
Up Grades (BUG) is a program designed to provide
recognition to students who raise their grades into an
acceptable range, and maintain or continue to raise them
from one grading period to the next.
Club - for adults with disabilities
Aktion Club members in more than 200 clubs in seven
nations allow adults living with disabilities to develop
initiative and leadership skills through hands-on
service. These adults return to the community the
benefits, help, and caring they have received.