KEY club is a organization Sponsored by Kiwanis. Does community service and other volunteer related activities.
In the word "KEY" of "KEY club", it does not stand for, "Kiwanis Educates Youth".
Key Club is a service organization, and is the oldest and largest high school service organization in the world. It is entirely student led, and has many levels of organization.
It is impossible to lump Key Club into a convenient stereotype, as its members are very diverse: there are clubs in America, Canada, Jamaica, and even Malaysia!
Like any club, there is a good chunk of members that are participating only for expediency, but that is why they rarely ever rise past the club level, as in accordance to the “Peter Principle.” And so with that in mind, Key Club should not be judged by members that do it solely for college-applications.
On the club level, Key Clubs help the community, be it through tutoring younger students, helping run bingo night at the senior center, or making houses for the homeless.
On an large scale, Key Club International and many districts fundraise for other organizations, such as Grassroots Soccer United, a program devoted to combating AIDS in Africa, UNICEF, one of the most recognized children’s organization in the world, and the Children’s Miracle Network, a nonprofit that benefits hospitalized kids and purchases up-to-date equipment, trains staff, and conducts life-saving research.
All in all, as general as a statement can be, Key Club is an organization that follows many causes, and encourages high schoolers to get involved in the community.
"Hey, are you going to go to the Key Club meeting today?"
"What about your girlfriend? I thought she wanted to hang out afterschool!"
"Oh, I broke up with her so I could have more time to do COMMUNITY SERVICE!!!"
key club is an organization where kids who want to change the world all come together to help those less fortunate. we dedicate pretty much all of out time to helping others. we spend Halloween collecting money for UNICEF instead of getting candy. we have HUGE conventions to learn new ways to raise money. we earn tons of money to help kids who need the money more than we do. its the club to join if you love helping others.
first person: "let's go out this weekend and party"
second person: "oh i can't, i have key club"
first person: "why do you always do that?!?!?"
second person: "i love helping others! you should come with me"
kiwanis educated youth. a high school international organization that practices community service. is afflied with kiwanis and circle k. many join so it will look good for colleges.
the average key clubber is kind, caring, azn, female, and at least sorta kinda maybe intelligent.
hey key clunhow do u feel?
i feel good oh i feel so good
i feel fine all of the time
a booga, a booga, a booga booga booga
"hey lisa0ann, lets go to the key club event next thursday and get more volunteer hours."
The KEY in KEY Club stands for Kiwanis Educated Youth. KEY Club is an international student-led organization based on community service. It is the oldest and largest service program for high school students which exists on over 5,000 high school campuses. High school students join this club in hopes of changing the world one step at a time. KEY Clubbers are dedicated, responsible and hard-working. They take their job seriously and does everything in their power to get their job done.
Kevin: What club should I join?
Scott: Well, I heard KIWIN'S was fun.
Billy: I heard KIWIN'S doesn't do anything, all they do is go to events and collect free stuff. I'm joining KEY Club.
Billy: Because it's international, there are way more opportunities to meet people from all over than there are in KIWIN's. Also, they actually do community service every week.
Kevin: What does KIWIN'S mean anyways? I know KEY Club stands for Kiwanis Educated Youth.
Scott: I have no idea.
Billy: Me either.
Kevin: In that case, i'm joining KEY Club because they sound like they have more fun with different kinds of people and benefit the community in more ways.
An extremely hypocritical and self-righteous club that prides itself on the idea of community service. This club lives up to its ideal to some degree by volunteering and conducting community-service events;99.9% of members are Asian. However, during the events, members of this club typically outcast and refuse to socialize with other members who are not Asian. Key Club members are socially cruel in the sense that they believe anyone who is not Asian is not worthy of their attention or social interaction during events, or other club gatherings. Key Clubbers are loud, annoying and obnoxious white-washed Asians who only join to have something to put on their college applications. (Btw, this is NOT by any means an offense to Asians at large).
Key Club is having their annual end-of-the-year dance. A non-Asian approaches a group of joyous Asians and says hi.They all give him or her a fake smile and gently but quickly walk away.
During the same dance, a non-Asian guy asks a girl to dance. She gives him a "im-into-asians" look and says no.
During one of the community service events, a non-Asian starts a conversation with a member. Everything is fine until more members come and then the non-Asian is excluded from the group. The member who the non-Asian first talked to, completely ignores him or her.
Key Club is part of the KIWANIS Family (as well as KIWIN'S).
Key Club claims to do community service but in reality, it's just a bunch of immature high-schoolers who is lazy and does not serve the society. They merely joined just to make their transcript look good for college. Not only that but they often like to think that they are superior to KIWIN'S. (Please see KIWIN'S for more information)
Bob: Hey, let's join that club!
Jack: Nahh, I'm gonna join KEY CLUB!
Bob: Uhh, why? I heard that the club is barely active...
Jack: As long as it looks good on my transcript then I don't care!