General Information

Date: March 23rd - March 25th
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Theme: Birthday Bash

Join us as we celebrate another service year with outstanding keynote speakers, workshops, networking events, officer elections, and tons of social opportunities! Check out the conference website to learn more about the conference.
Registration
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Key Club Member: $295
Key Club Advisor/Chaperone: $325 (two chaperones per room)
Key Club Advisor/Chaperone: $645 (single room)
Registration Priority/Guarantee Deadline: February 19, 2018
Online Registration Deadline: March 7, 2018
Payment Deadline: March 14, 2018
Contact the NY Key Club Conference Staff at {{ conference_email }}.

Please Note, Key Clubs that are traveling to LTC via public transportation are responsible for their own transportation to/from the train station. The hotel and/or Key Club does not provide transportation.

Key Club does suggest Durham School Services for transportation rental. If interested, please contact Shaun Kelly at 518-569-1887 for more information.

General Resources

Medical Release Form
The Medical Release Form must be completed and held onto by all attendees of the Leadership Training Conference. This form helps identify and helps us ensure the safety of the attendee. A copy of the Medical Release Form can be found here or below.

Early Arrival Activities
Arrived early to LTC? Have nothing to do? Well take a look at the Early Arrival Activities informational. A copy of the Early Arrival Activities informational can be found here or below!

Program Ad Form
Interested in placing an advertisement in this year's conference program? Well here is your chance! The New York District Key Club is selling advertisements to help cover the costs of this year’s program for the Annual Leadership Training Conference! The space you purchase can be used for text and / or graphics! A link to the form can be found here or below!

Key Club Delegate Registration
The Key Club Delegate Registration Form is a document that must be filled out by four school representative, two official delegates and two alternate delegates, in order to participate at the House of Delegates Session. A copy of the Key Club Delegate Registration Form can be found here or below.

Election Resources

Executive Officer Agreement
The Executive Officer Agreement is a document that consist of information on running for an Executive Position: Governor, Secretary, and Treasurer. The document gives a brief description of each executive position and what role does each position plays in the New York District. Also, the Executive Officer Agreement contains a form that must be filled out by each candidate and the form must be mailed no later than February 1st to the District Administrator, John Goldstein. A copy to the Executive Officer Agreement can be found here or below.

Endorsement for International Office
The Endorsement for International Office is a document that consist of information on running for an International Position: International Trustee, Vice President and President. The document gives a desciption of each international position and what role does each position plays in Key Club International. Also, the Endorsement for International has an agreement that must be filled out by each international candidate. A copy to the Endorsement for International Office can be found here or below.

Election Packet
The Election Packet covers information regarding seeking office for the 2018-2019 Key Club year. This packet covers procedures, rules, speeches, paperwork, responsibilities, and more. A copy of the Elections Packet can be found here or below.

Fundraisers

  • Penny Wars for the Thirst Project
  • Miracle Minutes for the Honeybee Conservancy
  • Take a Bite Out of Lyme for the Kiwanis Pediatric Lyme Disease Foundation
  • Photo Booth for Sunrise Day Camp

Keynote Speakers

The Walk of Immigrants

Saul Flores



Saul Flores walked 5,328 miles through ten countries to document how grueling and dangerous the journey of immigrants to the United States can be and to raise money for an elementary school in Atencingo, Mexico. The story of his journey, accompanied by a series of photographs, capture the essence of the people, communities, and cultures he encountered along the way. After this life-changing experience, Saul now wants to inspire students to make a positive impact on the world by speaking about the value of servant leadership, philanthropy, and service-learning. The Walk of Immigrants Saul spent three months walking, hitchhiking, and sleeping on the ground and in hiding places. His journey began in Ecuador and ended in Charlotte, North Carolina. In three months, he walked 5,328 miles through ten countries and nine border crossings to document how grueling and dangerous the journey of immigrants to the United States can be and to raise money for an elementary school in Atencingo, Mexico. In this keynote, Saul speaks about how as a North Carolina State University senior, he took the “Walk” in the summer of 2010. Student audiences get the opportunity to relive The Walk of the Immigrants along with Saul and create a deeper understanding of the struggles, hardships, joy, and hope that immigrants experience on their journey.

Thirst Project

Evan Wesley



Evan Wesley is the School Clubs Coordinator at The Thirst Project and before that, he was a Road Warrior intern for The Thirst Project. Evan graduated from the University of Kentucky with a degree in Environmental Science with a focus in water resources.

Schedule

Friday, March 23rd, 2018

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Workshops

The New York District Key Club will be unmasking the workshops that will be presented at this year's Leadership Training Conference. Below are the workshops that have been revealed so far. As the date of Leadership Training Conference approaches, keep your eye out for another unmasking of workshops!

WORKSHOP ROUND 1

  • Improv Acting
  • Birthday Cards
  • Yuda Bands
  • A Million Thanks
  • How to Tie a Tie
  • Key Club Trivia
  • Swinging into Service
  • College Application Process

WORKSHOP ROUND 2

  • Youth Opportunities Fund
  • The Awards Processs
  • Key Club in the Summer
  • Balancing Life, School & Key Club
  • Sunrise Day Camp
  • Kiwanis District Charities
  • Key Club and Contemporary Issues
  • Building a Strong Board: Teamwork & Unity
  • Making Meetings Move
  • Life after Key Club

WORKSHOP ROUND 3

  • Running for Higher Office
  • Club Advisor 101
  • Presidents & Vice Presidents
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Editor
  • Webmaster
  • Members First: Living the Inverted Pyramid
  • Thirst Project

WORKSHOP ROUND 4

  • The Art of Advertising with Graphic Design / Brand Guide
  • Make It Happen: Turning Ideas into Reality
  • How to be an Effective Leader
  • Putting Your Best Self Forward: Effective Communications
  • Transition into the Collegiate & Professional World
  • Public Speaking
  • Event Planning
  • Know Your Why: Adding Meaning to Your Work

**Please note that workshop offerings are subject to change.**

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