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Club webmaster's duties

Skills and general duties

Each club will decide which duties will be the webmaster's and which duties will be the editor's. The two positions should work together to ensure the club's message and activities are shared with a diverse audience. 

Refer to your school or organization policies or rules prior to creating a website and social media accounts for your Key Club.

Official duties

  • Create a club website.
  • Maintain accurate and up-to-date information on your club's website.
  • Share your club's activities on social media.
  • Help recruit members by sharing your club's story through online outlets.
  • Engage with members through web-based outlets. 

Suggested website content

  • Post pictures of meetings and events. 
  • Ask for electronic copies of published newsletters, signs, calendars and banners to post online.
  • Post a calendar of events to publicize meetings and upcoming projects.
  • Visit www.keyclub.org to see current Key Club news and upcoming events.
  • Update the website weekly, monthly and annually. Refer to the Be the Webmaster guide for guidance.
  • Promote Key Club Campaigns. Such as Kiwanis Family Month, Kiwanis One Day, Key Club Week and Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF
  • Become familiar with the Key Club official brand assets. Download and use Key Club logos and graphics

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