Keystone Club is the Boys & Girls Club movement’s most dynamic teen program. Keystone Clubs are chartered leadership
and service clubs for boys and girls ages 14-18 designed to develop good character and help members grow to become productive,
responsible adults. Keystoners elect officers and implement their own service projects in three core areas: Character and
Leadership, Service to Club and Community, Education & Career Exploration. Keystone Clubs are designed to help teen
members become more productive citizens and leaders. Each year, Keystoners develop a National Keystone Project which is the
combined action of hundreds of local Keystone Clubs resulting in a service project with a national scope.
To help members further develop their leadership skills and understand the broader scope of service, Keystone Club members
annually have the opportunity to attend Regional and National Conferences with teens from around the globe. Teens can be
nominated to steering committees that help organize these Conferences.
Keystone members are required to attend 2 monthly meetings and complete 6 hours of service in the Club and greater community each month. Additionally, members are expected to volunteer at 2 out of 5 required events that take place between September and January.
All meetings for the 2016/2017 year will take place every other Sunday from 6:00pm-7:00pm unless there is a long weekend
(holiday, vacation, etc.) in which meetings will then be held that following Wednesday at the same time.
Applications for Keystone Club are only accepted annually in August and early September. For more information regarding Keystone Club email