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K is a service organisation for students at the tertiary
level. There is no age limit for persons willing to join. The club
was chartered in 1999 by former students of the College. Since then,
the club has been growing continuously. The Kiwanis Club of Barbados
Central sponsors it.
There are more than 200 Circle K clubs all over
the world, in countries like Canada, the United States of America
and the Caribbean.
These clubs are divided into Districts, which are
further sub-divided into divisions to facilitate better communication.
The Barbados Community College’s Circle K club is part of
the Paradise Division in the Eastern Canada & the Caribbean
(E.C.&C.) District. Other member countries of the E.C.&C.
District are Jamaica, St. Lucia, Trinidad & Tobago, the Bahamas,
Canada and Antigua.
Two conventions are held every year, District and
International for the purpose of electing new officers for posts,
amending by-laws and any other Circle K business of that nature.
District Conventions are held in March, in one of the member countries
of your district. International Conventions are held in the United
States of America during the month of August. The Barbados Community
College’s Circle K is always strongly represented at these
Circle K Activities
The Circle K club is committed to making vital contributions
to the betterment of mankind. Some of the projects included feeding
the homeless, visiting children’s homes and beach clean ups.
The club also has a mentorship programme for children at the primary
Becoming a Member
To be come a member you must
1. Attend at least three (3) consecutive club meetings
2. Participate in at least one (1) service project
3. Pay semester dues.
Benefits of Membership
Circle K offers members many avenues for personal
development, including the acquisition of leadership skills and
enhanced appreciation for cultural diversity.
Circle K International
inspires people to better our world.