“Circle K? Like the gas station?” No, Circle K International (or CKI for short) is the largest collegiate service organization and is related to Kiwanis (and Key Club). We do service, not slushies. CKI has over 10,000 members all over the world, and is the world’s oldest and largest collegiate service organization. We’re all about service, fellowship, and leadership.
The Ohio District of Circle K International (ODCKI) nearly 200 members in clubs on eleven college campuses and growing. We do more than 2,000 community service hours every year with our service partners and local organizations to help each college community as well as the world.
As a district, we try to connect with other members of the Kiwanis family (including Key Club, Aktion Club, Builders Club, and K-Kids) as well as with members from other CKI clubs. We also meet up three times a year: at Fall Rally, we gather on a campus or at a camp to do service, learn about membership opportunities, and meet Circle K members from all over the state. Sometime in February, we meet for District Convention (DCON) to elect new district officers and present awards to clubs and members that have done great things that year, In the spring, new officers gather at Spring Officers Training (SpOT) to learn how to do their duties to the best of their abilities. And in the summer, Circle K members travel to the International Convention (CKIx) to meet Circle K members from all over the world, do service in the same city, get leadership and service training, and elect international officers.
We hope to see you at a Circle K event!