Contests & Awards
Contests and Awards
Contests and awards are currently open to club and individual participation. Check out the Key Club Guidebook for contest and award rules, deadlines, and judging criteria.
All club awards must first be submitted to the district and judged at district convention. Winning submissions are then eligible for entry at the International level. The 2014 contest submissions are due to the Key Club International Office by Friday, May, 2, 2014. They also can be sent with an administrator to the 2014 Governors and Administrators Training Conference (GATC). Scrapbooks will be judged at the 2014 Key Club International Convention. The following club awards will be judged at GATC:
Distinguished District Officer awards (Governor, Secretary, Treasurer, Secretary-Treasurer and Editor) are also due to the Key Club International Office by Friday, May 2, 2014 and can also be sent with an administrator to GATC. Robert F. Lucas Distinguished Lt. Governor awards are judged by individual districts prior to district conventions. Oratorical and Talent contests will be judged at the 2014 Key Club International Convention.
All Contest Forms
2014 Key Club oratorical topic
The 2014 oratorical contest topic is, "What does a Key Club need to be strong?"
While Key Club International is no longer distributing scholarships on an international level, Kiwanis International will participate in matching district scholarships administered by local Key Club districts.
Students are encouraged to contact their local district to see what scholarships they are eligible to apply for at the district level. Each district is in charge of its own scholarship application process and distribution of funds. Find your district website.
Scholarships available to all Key Club members will be posted in the News on www.keyclub.org on a case-by-case basis.