For more than half a century, college students across Alabama have made an impact on their campuses and communities through Circle K. The Great Alabama District of Circle K International is a Service Leadership Program of Alabama Kiwanis. Each year, Circle Kers do countless hours of service and lead their campuses to be more thoughtful and selfless. While service is the thread that binds Alabama CKI together, it is only one part of the Circle K Experience. The portrait of a Circle Ker is a poised, competent and giving student fully prepared to be a industry-leading professional as they enter their post-graduate careers.
Every year the Alabama District Circle K recognizes outstanding members and clubs through awards and contests. Circle Kers are encouraged to participate in awards and convention contests in order to build club spirit and to celebrate the achievements of both the club and the individuals within the club. The district awards are for a variety […]
Graduating this year? Looking for a unique opportunity to live and work in Latin America? Embark on the adventure of a lifetime with Manna Project International! Manna Project International is a non-profit organization that specializes in holistic community development. We connect recent college graduates and young professionals with international service opportunities in Ecuador and Nicaragua. […]
Twenty-four Alabama Circle K members and four Kiwanians took Nashville, TN by storm in late June for the 2014 CKIx. This was the first year that International Convention and Large Scale Service Project was combined into an event called CKIx, and members took in the full experience by volunteering, attending workshops, meeting fellow Circle K-ers, […]
The Alabama District Board of Officers met June 6-8 at Camp Hargis in Chelsea, AL. On Saturday, Kiwanis Governor Bill Phillips and Key Club Governor Kacie Hines visited to hear about the exciting events that the Alabama District of Circle K is planning. Both the Alabama Leadership Academy and District Convention themes are now planned. […]