CNH B |KEY CLU The Kiwanis Family Presented by: Nick Stringfellow, D07S News Editor Patton Nguyen, D07S Kiwanis Family Task Coordinator CNH| Updated by: Member Relations Committee 2013-2014 California-Nevada-Hawaii District | Key Club International August 2013
Intro to the K-Family Over the years, Kiwanis membership has grown and enthusiasm for its servicebased format has spread; in response, Kiwanis has created additional volunteer opportunities for people at every stage of life through its sponsored programs, dedicated to one common mission. CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International What are the branches?
K-Kids (Elementary School students) Builders Club (Middle School students) Key Club (High School students) CNH|
Circle K International (College students) Aktion Club (Adults with disabilities) Kiwanis International (Parent organization) Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International Builders Club Basics The original concept of Builders Club (known as
Young Builders in the 1930s) was to provide a guidance program to combat disruptive behavior at the junior high and middle school level. From this evolved the idea of a service organization to develop leadership skills in junior high/middle school students interested in making a personal contribution to their home, school, and community. Today, Builders Clubs exist in more than 1300 schools and community locations, primarily in the United States, but are growing rapidly in other major countries worldwide. CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International
1. Find a site (could be school or community based) 2. Secure a Sponsoring Kiwanis club, Circle K Club or Key Club. 3. Secure a faculty advisor. 4. Collect at least 15 members to start off (recommended) 5. Organize and Charter the Builders Club. 6. Launch the Builders Club This is only an outline of the process of chartering a Builders Club. For the full process and resources, please visit http://www.buildersclub.org CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International
Tips for a Successful Builders Club Have Builders Clubs participate in programs that Key Club International endorses and participates in (UNICEF, Childrens Miracle Network, PTP, March of Dimes, etc.) Have multiple connections for Builders Clubs, such as local high school, CKI, and/or Kiwanis clubs. Keep the members involved in a variety of service projects and club-sponsored activities to promote the Builders Club and draw interest! Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH|
CNH Key Club District | Key Club International Intro to Circle K International 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. Circle K blends community service and leadership training with the opportunity to
meet many other college students at service projects, conferences, and conventions and form genuine lifelong friendships with people of all walks of life. CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International Cal-Nev-Ha Circle K California-Nevada-Hawaii, or Cal-Nev-Ha for short, is the largest district in Circle K International. Nine Divisions: Capital (Northern California & Nevada), Central Coast (Santa Barbara, Fresno), Desert Oasis (Inland Empire, Las Vegas), Foothill (Pasadena, East L.A.), Golden Gate (San Francisco), Magic Kingdom (Orange County), Metro (Los
Angeles), Paradise (San Diego, Hawaii), Sunset (South Bay) Major Events: CKI North and CKI South (Similar to Fall Rally) Fall Training Conference District Large Scale Service Project DCON Specific Events: UCSD Masquerade Ball, UCLA Pillow Fight, and more! CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family
CNH Key Club District | Key Club International How can I get connected to CKI? Connect your Key Club/Division with a local college that has a Circle K Club! Attend events sponsored by Circle K (Key to College, joint service projects, etc.) Get in contact with Key Club alumni who are members of their colleges Circle K! CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International
Kiwanis Family in the Community In addition to interlacing clubs and service projects, the Kiwanis Family conducts and organizes programs that benefit the community and members of different branches of Kiwanis. For example: Kiwanis Family House Key Leader Kiwanis Family Work Days/Special Events CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International
Kiwanis Family House Provides temporary housing and support to families of seriously ill or injured children and adults being treated at University of California, Davis, Medical Ce nter, Sacramento . Vision: to continually provide convenient, restful, secure, and low cost accommodations for the families of patients How you cantreated get involved: Fundraise being at the UCD
Medicalfor KFH (e.g. Center or at Shriners Hospital.at the Kiwanis Family Awake-a-thons), Volunteer House, participate in Kiwanis Family sponsored events that directly benefit the Kiwanis Family House. Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH| CNH Key Club District | Key Club International Key Leader
Kiwanis Internationals weekend experiential leadership program for todays young leaders Focuses on service leadership as the first, most meaningful leadership-development experience Mission: to provide a life-changing experience that inspires young people to achieve their personal best through service leadership CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International Key Leader builds personal integrity,
personal growth, respect, building community, and the pursuit of excellence Upcoming events in the CNH district! October 18-20, 2013: Camp Cedar Glen Julian, CA November 15-17, 2013: Camp Jones Gulch - La Honda, CA CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International Kiwanis International
Organization of service clubs headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana Made up of approximately 8,600 clubs in 96 countries and over 586,000 adult members Global organization of members dedicated to changing the world, one child and one community at a time Sponsors the smaller branches of the Kiwanis Family CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International QUIZ
TIME!!! CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International How many members is the recommended minimum to have in chartering a Builders Club? CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International Name one of the two club-sponsored annual events of CNH Circle K.
CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International What main type of Key Club fundraiser benefits the Kiwanis Family House? CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International What are the positions of your presenters? (NO PEEKING!)
CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International At least how many Key Leader events occur each year? CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International Additional Resources Builders Club: http://www.buildersclub.org Circle K International:
http://www.circlek.org Cali-Nev-Ha District Circle K: http://www.cnhcirclek.org Kiwanis Family House: http://www.kiwanisfamilyhouse.org Key Leader: http://www.key-leader.org CNH| Training Topic: The Kiwanis Family CNH Key Club District | Key Club International Questions? Comments? Concerns? CNH|
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