Fellowship – that lasts
If there is one thing that CKI members know best, it is fellowship. Whether they are planning a car wash, visiting shut-ins, reading to three-year-olds, or conducting business, CKI members across the globe take time to meet and welcome new people.
Leadership – skills for life
Leadership opportunities give CKI members the resources and tools needed to become active citizens. CKI members can assume leadership responsibilities at all levels of the organization and through various experiential training conferences.
Service – with a heart
As one of the three tenets, service is a fundamental element of CKI. Collectively, CKI members perform more than one million hours of service on their campuses and in their communities annually. As a service leadership program of Kiwanis International, CKI shares the focus of serving children of the world.
What is Needed
Though service is the primary focus of clubs, the very nature of the organization requires that some administration take place in each club. There are dues to be collected and paid, reports to be completed, correspondence to be written, and mail to be read. Each club must have leadership to function. Each year, elections are conducted and students are placed in leadership positions within the club.