Why I Volunteer

Why I Volunteer

Thanks to a scholarship, this Florida Key Clubber traveled to the Dominican Republic. What she experienced reinforced the impact of service on both volunteers and those they help.

Double duty

Double duty

Three Key Clubbers offer an inside look at college life through dual enrollment.

A purposeful life

A purposeful life

Ruby Bridges is filled with hope and strength. It’s appropriate, after all, for a woman who changed the course of history by walking up the steps to attend her first day of school.

Coding for a Cause

Coding for a Cause

A passion for making computer science more accessible earns a New York Key Club member honors from the White House.

Achieving the college dream

Achieving the college dream

You don’t need to be rich to attend a top school. A Q and A with Maria Carla Chicuén.

Follow the leader

Follow the leader

The power of Key Leader transforms students into tomorrow’s leaders.

Reason to cheer

Reason to cheer

The round-off back handspring that changed everything.

STEM 101

STEM 101

We keep hearing about STEM classes and careers being the next big thing—but why?

Love and basketball … and service

Love and basketball … and service

Naismith basketball player of the year scores service hours in Key Club.

One idea can impact millions

One idea can impact millions

In 2006, Blake Mycoskie took a trip and got an idea that would change the world. Sounds like an overblown statement, but it’s not. It’s just a drop in the bucket. In reality, life for millions of people around the world changed because of the vision of one young man who wanted to make a real difference. And he’s not done yet…