A President's job is to lead, develop, and grow a Key Club. You are the connection between your club and the rest of the Division. As a club president, focus on running meetings, finding service events, hosting fundraisers, and connecting with your members. Be sure to make everyone in the club feel welcome and encourage active service throughout the year.
A Vice President's job is to assist the President and all other club officers with their roles. Be on the lookout for volunteer opportunities throughout your community and provide your club with this vital information. During the club meeting, you should assist the President with running the meeting and connecting with the members.
A Secretary's job is to document everything that goes on within the club. From taking notes at meetings, to counting each member's service hours, to keeping track of sign ins and sign ups, your role is vital to the club. At the end of every month, your Monthly Report form is due to the Lieutenant Governor. Be sure to complete this excel form on time.
A Treasurer's duty is to keep the financial health of the club in good terms. Brainstorm ideas for fundraisers on both club funds and funds for charities (MNT and PTP). Also, you must keep track of who has paid their dues while updating the Membership Update Center (MUC) on a monthly basis.
An Editor's role within the club is to advertise and promote Key Club. This can range from updating social media sites, to creating posters and flyers, and even taking pictures at club events. Every month, you must submit an article and visual to the Lieutenant Governor detailing a specific service project, fundraiser, or social.