Circle K is the largest collegiate service organization in the world and is part of the Kiwanis family, which includes Key Club (high school), Builders Club (middle school), K-Kids (elementary school), and other club branches. Our three tenets are service, leadership, and fellowship. Club members participate in weekly service projects around the Atlanta area and in district events in which they meet Circle K'ers from other schools. We keep members involved with service projects, but we do not have a minimum requirement of service hours, which allows members to volunteer according to their individual schedules. There are numerous leadership opportunities, including committee chairs, club officers, and officers on the district and international level.
Georgia Tech Circle K
As the Georgia Tech branch of Georgia's Metro Division of Circle K International, GT Circle K works with volunteer projects around the city of Atlanta and beyond. Some of our service partners include the Atlanta Community Food Bank, Project Open Hand, and Trees Atlanta. In addition, we hold fundraisers to benefit various charitable causes, including UNICEF's Six Cents Initiative and Relay for Life. We also plan fun social events for the club to enjoy. Circle K offers leadership opportunities on the club, district, and international levels, as well as scholarships for outstanding student volunteers.
Circle K International
Circle K International is the world's largest collegiate service organization with over 11,000 members in 19 different countries. Founded in 1934 at Washington State College, Circle K now has clubs at more than 600 universities, including 32 in the Georgia district. Circle K is part of the Kiwanis family, which includes Kiwanis clubs for adults and Key Clubs for high school students. Its three basic tenants are service, leadership, and fellowship.