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The Spring Issue is Out!

June 12, 2017 Authored by: Andrew Yu
The spring issue of the Newsletter is now out! Check it out under the media tab on the navigation bar. Our News Editor Chairs, Yvon Tran and My Lynn Huynh have worked tremendous hours on it. 


Read the newsletter! Don't cause an Error 404.

The Yearbook is Out!

June 11, 2017 Authored by: Andrew Yu
The yearbook for the 2016-2017 term has been officially released, which is available on the website under the media tab on the navigation bar. Check it out! Our 2016-2017 Yearbook Chair, Colleen Eng, and her yearbook team spent tremendous hours making and completing the yearbook.

Link to the Yearbook Page:

Read the Yearbook! Don't cause a #ColleenCrisis!

Apply to be a Mentor for Winter Quarter

June 10, 2017 Authored by: Andrew Yu
Mentor applications for winter quarter are here! Start an intimate relationship with another member of Circle K as your mentee. Through the mentor/mentee program, we hope that both you, the mentors, and your mentee(s) will be able to form long-lasting relationships and help each other in learning about the club and develop as leaders.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact our MD&R chair, Jessica Garcia, or our MD&E chair, Helen On.

Applications are due July 21, 2017!


Continue your line or start a new line!

Apply for the Summer TIP!

June 6, 2017 Authored by: Andrew Yu

Hi Inventors! The Summer Technology Internship Program (TIP) application is out. In the Summer TIP, you will be working alongside the Technology Chair, Andrew Yu, in fully transitioning the website into the next school year. With your fellow TIP members, you will be creating possible graphic ideas as well as updating various pages on the website. No graphic designing experience or programming experience is required, so if you have even the slightest bit of interest, I, Andrew Yu, highly recommend you apply!

Applications are due June 20th at 5:00pm.



Join the #RamenTIP
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TIP Thought Tuesdays: Spring Training Conference (STC) South

May 23, 2017 Authored by: Andrew Yu
Written By: Brandon Law and Andrew Yu
Photo Credits: Theresa Doan

UC Irvine STC attendees group photo. IR-IR-IR-vine!

UCI Circle K attendees, along with other members from around the district, were recently given the opportunity to "level up" their knowledge and skills, show off their club spirit, and also reunite with old friends from around the district through an event called Spring Training Conference South (STC South)! The theme for STC South this year was video games!

Check in started at 8:00 AM on May 7th, Sunday at CSU Fullerton where STC South was annually hosted. Breakfast was served in the meantime by the kiwanis clubs from Placentia and La Mirada. Once check in was over, the festivities began with an opening session and divisional roll call before everyone headed their separate ways to a variety of different workshops, such as CKI 101, cheats and hacks on maximizing one's Circle K EXP, and Professional Development.

2016-2017 District Governor Alex D. Nguyen leads the STC opening session!

When it came to activities, there were 5 workshop sessions (levels) throughout the day. Members had a chance to participate in a scavenger hunt and win $5 Starbucks gift cards!

One of the workshops during South Training Conference. Members seem to be learning about photography!

Once workshop session 3 was over, members had some downtime to replenish their HP and MP with lunch and then proceeded to their respective divisions for a DCM (except for Magic Kingdom, where we did icebreakers instead). During lunch, the district board held a fundraiser in which members could donate money into their own division jar.

President Kyler Tagupa leads his group in a division icebreaker.

During workshop sessions 4 and 5, the final levels, members could participate in a service project where they could make dog toys out of blankets. Then, after workshop session5 was over, closing session occurred. On top of that, friendly spirit battles between the divisions transpired with each division cheering their heart out.

Overall, STC was fun and everyone had the chance to "level up their leadership" in the process, as we all obtained more EXP in preparation for future boss fights in our CKI quests! Keep on growing and training hard, everyone!

Magic Kingdom group photo!

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