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STICK WITH NYCK NEWS January

 

Adelphi University. LIU Post. Stonybrook University. Queens College. Vaughn College. St. John’s University.

(Left) Spending time with members from my home club, Queens College, for my last meeting as an official QCCKI member (Right) Liberty Division Ice Skating social with Columbia CKI, QCCKI, and Adelphi CKI members!

 

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Fordham University. City College of New York. New York University. Columbia University. Hunter College.

Volume 1. Issue 9                      

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Happy New Years NYCKI! A new year generally means taking the time to reflect on the past year and put thought into how we can make the new year even better. As we do this, I would like us all to think in terms of servant-leaders. Think about how you give back even more than you did last year. How can you manage your time so that this is possible? Are you looking to take on a new leadership position within Circle K? This issue focuses on the various positions that are offered on the club and district level. If you are interested in learning more a specific position, please reach out to the about person holding the respective position that you’re interested in or speak to me directly for support. With about 75% of the service year completed, I am happy to say that we have accomplished a lot. We are on-track with our district’s service hour and fundraising goals and may even surpass our goals! You all impressed me by keeping me updated on all your meetings and events. I hope to be able to continue my visits during the spring semester and to meet more of you. If I don’t catch you on campus, I look  forward to meeting you at District Convention! Don’t let the cold be an excuse to stay inside and lounge around; there is much to be done! Many cities organize free help to the elderly during the winter   months and you can be a part of it. See if they need help purchasing groceries, shoveling snow, or running any   other errands.

Hudson Valley Community College. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. University at Albany. Russell Sage.


SUNY Geneseo. University at Rochester. SUNY Brockbport. Rochester Institute of Technology. University at Buffalo. Marist University.

How can I get more involved in CKI? For those of you who don’t know, the Circle K service year runs from April 1st – March 31st. It is time to consider taking on a leadership position for next year! Want to know some potential positions you can go for next year to help NYCKI grow? Check out the brief list below and for more information, it is highly encouraged that you speak to someone who is currently holding the position you are interested in. Club Officer – you would work closely with a leadership team to ensure that your home club is serving your campus and community. Keep in mind that each club may assign unique responsibilities to each officer and positions may vary slightly. For example, some clubs don’t have Committee Chairs while others may have as many as 10. Some clubs have co-presidents while others have secretary-treasurers. Here are the most common positions seen at the club level: • • • • • •

Club President – typically elected in February Club Vice President – typically elected in February Club Secretary – typically elected in February Club Treasurer – typically elected in February Club Editor – typically elected in February Club Committee Chair – may be appointed later in the service year

District Officer – you would work closely with a leadership team of about 25 members to serve the members of the New York District. Keep in mind that the Executive Assistant position is new and may or may not be offered in the future. There are over 10 committee chairs each year, there’s bound to be one that is waiting for you! Here are the different district-level positions: • • • • • • •

Lieutenant Governor – typically elected within your divisions in February District Committee Chair – typically appointed mid-late April Executive Assistant – appointed mid-late April (if at all for the year) District Editor – elected at District Convention District Treasurer – elected at District Convention District Secretary – elected at District Convention District Governor – elected at District Convention

Member of the Month Spotlight – November! Each month, the clubs report a Member of the Month through the Monthly Report Forms. These members have gone “above and beyond” and shown extreme dedication to service, leadership and fellowship within their clubs.

Jessie Au – Queens College Karin Hudson – Russell Sage Dan Sputcher – Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Joanne Aclan – Hudson Valley Community College Fatima Hussain – SUNY Albany Irene Binder – Fordham University Brian Kenny – LIU Post Fabiola Rico – Elmira College Ronnie Simmons – University at Buffalo

Thank you for demonstrating outstanding servantleadership and for being an inspiration!

                     

check our website for DCON updates! http://nycirclek.org/dcon

Syracuse University. Utica College. SUNY Potsdam. St. Lawrence University. Clarkson University

ornell University. Hartwick College. Ithaca College. Elmira College. SUNY Binghamton. Niagara University. SUNY New Paltz.

     

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January's issue of Stick With Nyck News features the basics of how you can next the next step and hold a leadership position for the 2014-20...

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