Circle K at the University of Michigan

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What is Circle K?


Circle K is an international co-ed service organization that is sponsored by Kiwanis International. Circle K clubs focus on the three tenets of service, fellowship, and leadership.

Service:
Service is the heart of Circle K. There are a variety of service projects each week varying in date, time, length, and focus. We do projects ranging from the elderly and children to the environment and the homeless. If you don't find a project that interests you or if you have a new project idea, please contact our vice presidents at  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and they can help you set up a project that you are interested in. Circle K understands that college life can be very busy, therefore we don't have a service hour requirement for our membership.

Fellowship:
We know that when you come to the University of Michigan, it can be overwhelming. Circle K works to actively build lasting friendships and to create a sense of community. Through our weekly socials, meetings, service projects and committee events, we strive to make fellowship an integral part of this club. From the nearly 200 members in our club, you are sure to develop some great friendships.

Leadership:
We want to develop the leadership skills of each of our members. We provide many opportunites for you to discover your talents and have a chance to put them to use. Circle K members can serve on or become chairs of one of our 13 different committees . Circle K also holds a leadership conference each year called LeadCon to develop your leadership skills, inform you about club positions, and allow you to meet other club leaders.

2016-2017 Club Goals and Values:
  1. Complete at least 12,500 hours of service.
  2. Have 200 dues-paid members.
  3. Have at least 80% of our members complete 3 or more projects.
  4. Have 60% of our member attend at least one social.