The Strongsville Key Club is a student-led organization focusing on providing service in one's home, school, and community. To effectively brainstorm, organize, and execute projects and tasks, a hierarchy, known as the leadership team, is in place to effectively run and operate the club.
- Officers are elected members of the club who are the backbone of the club and have the greatest influence as to the success of the club. Because of their elected status, officers speak on behalf of the entire club. Members should feel free to contact officers with ideas, concerns, or questions. They are the face of the club. Officers are held to the highest standards of all active members - they are required to complete 50 hours of community service a year and serve as a role model to all members. Officers are frequently expected to attend club service projects and to gain knowledge through Divisional and District trainings and meetings.
- Class Directors are elected members of the club who serve to represent their respective classes. They represent the opinions of their peers. Directors report directly to officers, and should share the opinions of their respective class, and not their own. Directors are in charge of leading class service projects, as well as working with classmates to encourage Key Club membership. Directors are held to a standard greater than that of a member, by being required to complete 50 hours of community service each year. Get to know your Class Directors -- they are representing you!
- Officers and Class Directors sit on the leadership board known as the Board of Directors. Board Members meet outside of regular club meetings, and all Board Members are given a vote on all major club decisions. Every impacting decision is voted upon by the Board of Directors. To read more about the Board of Directors and their function, click here.
- Committee Chairmen are essential to the club and its operation. Committee Chairs set the standards for their respective committees by establishing goals and plans for action. They are responsible for assigning tasks to other members in their committee and are the ones who report directly to their assigned club officer. They work behind the scenes to make the club and its projects as successful as possible.