Club Officers

Each K-Kids is led by a student board. The club president, club vice president, club secretary, club treasurer and sergeant-at-arms sit on the board. In some cases, one or more of these offices may be combined or additional positions can be developed.


  • Sets and monitors the goals of the club.
  • Runs club meetings.
  • Appoints committee chairmen.
  • Delegates tasks as necessary.
  • Takes the lead in helping the club develop projects.

Vice President

  • Serves the president, other club officers, committees and the general membership.
  • Learns and helps with the duties of the president in order to fill in or take over as necessary.


  • Takes minutes at meetings.
  • Keeps records.
  • Maintains all important files for the club.
  • Collects reports from the committees’ chairpersons.


  • Monitors the club’s money.
  • Helps prepare and maintain the club budget.
  • Reports to the board at each meeting on the status of the club treasury.


  • Maintains order at meetings and makes sure everyone has a chance to talk
  • Serves as the club’s expert on parliamentary procedure

Electing Club Officers

Here are a few suggestions on how to hold elections for your club; however, each club can decide how elections will work best.

At the meeting prior to holding elections: 

  • Define the officers’ roles and responsibilities and what strengths a student needs to excel in each role.
  • Ask if any students are interested in running for an officer position or if they would like to nominate a peer.
  • Encourage each student running to prepare a statement to present at the next meeting about why he or she would be the best choice for that officer role.

To hold elections: 

  • Review each officer role again for the entire club.
  • Have candidates speak to the club about why they want to be an officer.
  • Have students write down on a piece of paper their votes for each position.
  • Tally the votes and announce the winner.

Review the Advisor Guide for more helpful resources.

Club Officer Tools


Club Officer Guides

Understanding your role within the club will contribute to the club's success. Review all the club officer guides to understand how everyone works together to offer guidance to club members.

IDEA Toolkit

Written specifically for club officers, the toolkit guides members through planning and executing a service project of their choosing – from beginning to end.

Additional Resources

These resources are always available to club officers to help them in achieving their goals.