Blue Key Senior Honor Society sponsors, administers, coordinates, and teaches various programs and activities at K-State. Below is a brief description of each of the activities we help with, for more information on these programs, please click the links below.
A semester experience in learning about topics important in personal growth, including self-confidence, goal setting, time management, motivation, relationships, and many others. Topic material focuses on ideas presented in Dr. Tim Elmore's book, Habitudes, as well as supplemental articles and books like How to Win Friends and Influence People.
Under the leadership of Blue Key, Quest members are developing leadership skills and also get behind-the-scences experiences of a wide range of K-State programs.
Blue Key Senior Honor Society recognizes the work that our peers are doing at K-State. In order to thank our student campus leaders, we sponsor a reception/symposium to honor those individuals.
Blue Key Senior Honorary is hosting 150 sophomore and junior high school students in the AVID program to participate in a one-of-a-kind self-development and college preparation conference that will provide an inside look at college life and what it takes to get there. Students will not only have a chance to participate in traditional elements of a college visit, such as a campus tour and admissions information, but will also get hands-on experience through various workshops to help them explore career and major opportunities, practice networking skills, and develop their leadership potential. Participants will also have a chance to meet and ask questions with current K-State students, and even listen to some of the university's most influential leaders give advice about the college experience.