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Are you a former CKI member—and still committed to service leadership? Or getting ready to graduate and leave your CKI club? Connect with other alumni!

Let folks know what you’re up to. Join your fellow Circle K International alumni today.

As the network grows, we will continue to evolve to ensure a valuable experience for our members. Through blogs and story-sharing, let’s reconnect and find out who's where and what they are up to.
If you haven’t yet joined, why not do it today? Membership is free! Join today.

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You can get the most out of your membership by staying engaged. Here are some tips:

  • Keep up with the blog. The Circle K alumni blog keeps you connected—with alumni interviews, updates on Circle K International, and simple service project ideas.
  • Follow us on social media. Stay connected on the go! Check out our Facebook or Twitter pages. Get connected with alumni near you, or share your Circle K experience by posting on these pages. We also have a LinkedIn group, where you can network, ask professional advice, and post or find job opportunities.
  • Update your information. Do we have your current email and mailing address? This information may have changed since you first signed up for the alumni program. Update your account information so you can stay connected!
  • Attend annual alumni events. Our annual alumni event provides a networking opportunity, a space to share your story and a way to connect with other alumni. Sound interesting? Check out the details on the 2015 Alumni Gathering!
  • Stay in the Kiwanis family. Continue your lifelong journey of service, leadership and fellowship—join a Kiwanis club! Your membership fees are waived for the first two years simply because you’re an alumnus.

Circle K Alumni is a resource—so why not use it? Tap in . . . and stay connected with the organization that changed your life.

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