Eric Chiu
Membership Development & Recognition Chair

Fellowship is another one of our three tenets, and consists of the social side of our club. Whether you want to attend an after-meeting social to get to know other members, or go to a member-exclusive retreat up in the mountains during the winter, this tenet is meant to help our members develop lasting and meaningful relationships, and help unite the club. You can also get a chance to meet other Circle K members from other schools all around California, Nevada, and Hawaii! I don't want to spoil too much about all the amazing events and programs that this tenet contains, because I want all of our potential members to have the best experience possible. Whether you're starting out in college for the first time, or trying to find your second home, it can be very tough at first to find your rhythm, but here at CSUF Circle K, we hope that we can help pick up the tempo for you, and conduct the
perfect symphony.
Here at CSUF Circle K, fellowship is implemented everywhere you look, even within our service and leadership events. But don’t worry, we have plenty of fellowship events consistently planned throughout the whole year for you to bond and get to know your fellow members. There are also amazing programs implemented within our club to truly enhance your Circle K experience. For instance, potential members have the opportunity to become a Mentee/Little in our Mentor/Mentee program a.k.a. our Big/Little program. Additionally, members can also be placed in our Family System where they can get to know other members in a smaller group setting and compete against other Families throughout the year. Lastly, one of the biggest fellowship events potential members can attend are our seasonal retreats, with the most popular being in winter. And although service is our main chorus, our harmonies will become even greater when we develop strong dynamics of fellowship.

Britney Chow
Membership Development & Education Chair