Resources

Key Club advisors, officers, members and supporters can find the resources they need to have a successful and active year. Click on the links above the view the resources available.

Can’t find what you’re looking for? Email support@gakeyclub.org and a member of our Adult Committee will be glad to help!

Key Club Logos and Wordmarks
Click here to download Key Club logos and wordmarks for all of your club’s publicity needs.

Graduation Stoles/Medallions
Key Club International sells graduation stoles and medallions to honor Key Club members during their graduation ceremonies. Key Club does NOT set requirements for receiving these items – the requirements are set at the local level (please check with school administrators to ensure these items are allowed before ordering).

Club Advisor Resources
Always striving to become a better advisor to your club members? Download the Faculty and Kiwanis Advisor Guide. An online Club Advisor E-Learning Training is also available.

Club Officer Resources

Each Key Club is led by a student board. The club president, club vice president, club secretary, club treasurer and club bulletin editor comprise the board. In some cases, one or more of these offices may be combined (i.e. secretary-treasurer or secretary-bulletin editor).

Club president
The club president is responsible for setting and monitoring the goals of the club, running club meetings, appointing committee chairs and delegating tasks as necessary, recruiting, training and retaining members and maintaining regular communication with the lieutenant governor of his or her division. Check out the Club Officer Guide – Be the President.

Club vice president
The role of the club vice president can be summarized in one word: service. The vice president serves the president, other club officers, committees and the general membership. He or she is also expected to learn the duties of the president in order to fill in or take over as necessary. Learn more about the roll of the vice president, read the Club Officer Guide – Be the Vice President.

Club secretary
The office of secretary is one of the most demanding in the organization and a good secretary is essential to the proper functioning of any Key Club. The secretary is responsible for taking minutes, keeping records and maintaining all important files for the club. Check out the Club Officer Guide – Be the Secretary.

Club treasurer
The club treasurer controls the club’s money, both its collection and disbursement. He or she collects member dues, prepares and monitors the budget and maintains accurate financial records. View the Club Officer Guide – Be the Treasurer.

Club bulletin editor
The club editor is responsible for keeping the membership informed about important activities, opportunities and deadlines at the club, district and international level. The “bulletin” may be a printed piece or electronic update. To learn more about the role of the bulletin editor, read the Club Officer Guide – Be the Editor.