Service Leadership Fellowship
What is CKI?

Circle K International is the world's premier collegiate service organization. A member of the Kiwanis family, Circle K International boasts a membership of more than 11,000 members on more than 525 campuses around the globe.

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As a sponsored program of Kiwanis International, Circle K International shares the focus of serving the children of the world. In support of this effort, the Circle K International service initiative is Focusing on the Future: Children. This initiative encourages members to address the issues facing children ages 6-13 and to find solutions through service for addressing these issues.
"College Students with a Lifelong Commitment to Serve Worldwide."
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Through the mission and vision of the organizaiton, Circle K International is dedicated to the realization of man's potential. The potential of Circle K International lies in its ability to positively influence members of society who are facing ultimate personal decisions and those who will one day create the vision of humanity for generations to come. Leadership opportunities afford Circle K members the resources and tools needed to become active citizens. Circle K'ers can assume leadership responsibilities at all levels of the organization and through various experiential training conferences.
With each element and aspect of Circle K International, members experience fellowship and develop lifelong relationships with fellow collegians, advisors, Kiwanians and citizens in their communities. Whether a Circle K'er is mentoring a child, networking with a businessman, or bowling with members, that Circle K'er is developing social skills, meeting new people and strengthening relationships.
CKI Pledge
"I pledge to uphold the objects of Circle K International, to foster compassion and goodwill towards others through service and leadership, to develop my abilities and the abilities of all people, and to dedicate myself to the realization of mankind's potential."
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