• About Us

    MSJ Key Club is part of Division 12 East, a division of CNH Key Club. 

    Division Website: d12eastkeyclub.strikingly.com

    CNH Website:  cnhkeyclub.org



    Mission statement: Key Club is an international student-led organization which provides its members with opportunities to provide service, build character and develop leadership.

    Vision: We are caring and competent servant leaders transforming communities worldwide.

    Core values: The core values of Key Club International are leadership, character building, caring and inclusiveness.

    Pledge: I pledge, on my honor, to uphold the Objects of Key Club International; to build my home, school and community; to serve my nation and God; and combat all forces which tend to undermine these institutions.

    Motto: Caring -- Our Way of Life.















  • Our Impact

    A snapshot of some of our previous in-person events!

    Fremont Main Library Family Fun Day Service Event

    During our first event of the 2019-2020 school year, volunteers helped out at the Fremont Main Library's Family Fun Day event by maintaining the petting zoo, carnival games, face painting, cotton candy making, prize station, and information desk. Because of the collaborative efforts of Key Clubbers, the event of more than 200 attendees was able to run very smoothly.

    Tule Ponds Service Event

    At the Tule Ponds Service Event, volunteers participated in restoration efforts to clear hiking paths surrounding the pond. Using loppers to clip away weeds and invasive plant species, volunteers were able to help protect the native plant species of the pond ecosystem. Afterwards, volunteers use wheelbarrows to bring weed clippings to compost.

    2019 Orientation

    Thank you to the 130 students who signed up for MSJ Key Club's mailing list during orientation, and thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth. It was great seeing so many new faces, as well as returning members. We hope you learned more about our club and cause!

    Homeless Care Package Assembling

    This service event was a collaboration with EM Collective, a cultural organization that seeks to empower Asian Americans. Volunteers assembled care packages for people experiencing homelessness in Milpitas. Packages included new toys, hygiene products, and food. Thank you to the 40+ members who came! With your help, we were able to assemble 600+ care packages!

    Fall Rally North

    Congratulation to our Division 12 East for placing 3rd at the spirit rally. Thank you to the MSJ Key Clubbers who contributed to this effort! We hope you had a rewarding experience fundraising for the Pediatric Trauma Program, networking with Key Clubbers from all over Northern California, and showcasing your Key Club spirit!

    Fall Bonding 2019

    At our first-ever Key Club Bonding event, members engaged in a variety of team bonding activities including a "What does Key Club mean to you?" art contest, spirit chant challenge, Key Club Kahoot trivia, and more. We hope everyone had a rewarding experience filled with building new friendships and exploring Key Club's values. The winning team of the art contest is pictured on the right, but everyone who attended that day was a winner!

    InterKeyLeo Canned Food Drive

    With Thanksgiving around the corner, this event was a collaboration between three Mission San Jose High School service clubs: Key Club, Interact, and LEO. First, volunteers passed out flyers to each household in the community around our high school, asking for donations of non-perishable food items. One week later, volunteers returned to collect donations. The donations were brought to the Abode Homeless Shelter. It was really impressive seeing how many Key Clubbers showed up, and with your help we were able to collect more than 45 cans of food!

    Shinn Historical Park Service Event

    Preparing for the Holiday season, Key Clubbers helped out with making holiday wreaths at Fremont's Shinn Historical Park. It was an excellent opportunity for them to explore their creativity and practice their teamwork skills during the process. The wreaths were put up around the garden afterwards for visitors of the public park to admire.

    Rose River Memorial Service Event

    To commemorate lives lost to the COVID 19 virus, Key Clubbers gathered over zoom call, creating paper roses to mail to Rose River Memorial, a nation-wide project based in Los Angeles. Through this project, we were able to remember the losses our nation has suffered during this harsh time of pandemic through beautifully crafted roses.

    Project Empow-HER

    In honor of woman's history month, msj x ihs x mhs x ahs volunteers gathered over zoom call to create infographics and posters to spread awareness about inspirational women in the past. Through this project, attendees were able to learn about the women who have greatly impacted our world throughout the decades. These finished posters were donated to local elementary schools to educate and inspire young children around our community!

    Key-Ping Up With Donuts

    To celebrate Mission San Jose Highschool's Multicultural Week, volunteers gathered on zoom call to learn about the various types of donuts around the world to celebrate different cultures as well as to raise awareness for different social issues around the globe. Additionally, attendees gained service hours by drawing donuts together to donate to foster children at Abode Services.  

    Books In Nooks Service Event

     MSJ Key Club worked alongside Access Books Bay Area, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing high poverty students with the chance to discover their passions for reading, and transforming library spaces for schools across the Bay. Key Clubbers gathered over zoom call to craft bookmarks, and donated books through a drop off system to help contribute in bringing high quality, high-interest, and culturally relevant books to children living in poverty.

    Shumi Ramen + Umi Bubble Tea Fundraiser

    In the month of January, MSJ Key Clubbers fulfilled their boba and ramen cravings at Shumi Ramen. 10% of proceeds were sent towards one of Division 12 East's main charities: the Pediatric Trauma Program, providing funds for the training of pediatric doctors and nurses, and towards donating medical equipment in hopes of helping to prevent traumatic injuries towards children.

    Shinn Park Gardening

    On July 18th, MSJ Key Club hosted their first in-person service event since the beginning of the pandemic! Collaborating with the Friends of Heirloom Flower Garden Club, members assisted in gardening, mulching, weeding, and setting up a plant sale at Shinn Historical Park and Arboretum, a cozy green space with beautiful gardens, including a rose garden, cottage garden, and Japanese garden. Members, finally meeting fellow peers that’ve only existed as little Zoom squares for the past year, quickly reunited with old friends and enthusiastically gardened with people they’ve never seen in person before! The feedback for this event was extremely positive, and everyone who attended had a splendid time socializing with each other, while gulping down cold drinks and mochi candy after a long three hours of gardening!

  • 2021-2022

    Despite the hardships posed by COVID-19, key clubbers all around the district were passionate about continuing to provide service, especially in this time of need. Together, key clubbers and officers worked tirelessly to host virtual service events, fundraisers, meetings, and bondings to strengthen our impact in our community, and keep our hearts and mindsets strong.

    Project Hope and Beyond Service Event

    During Project Hope and Beyond, attendees made posters and cards to promote mental health awareness and importance by providing resources in the local community for support, and addressing the stigma and discriminations regarding mental health. Additionally, members were able to sit through a series of relaxing and fun activities, as well as a short informational documentary!


    Nothing Bundt Cake Fundraiser

    After a tiring period of exams, assignments, and remote learning, MSJ Key Club hosted their "Nothing Bundt Cakes" Fundraiser to reward attendees, and remind them that taking a break is okay. Provided was a wide variety of cakes to choose from, such as bite-sized cakes, towered cakes, or graduation/celebration-themed cakes. Additionally, 15% of all proceeds were donated towards the Pediatric Trauma Program, one of D12E's preferred charities that recognizes the serious need for education and training in the areas of pediatric trauma and injury prevention.


    Zoom Into Zooniverse

    During MSJ Key Club's "Zoom Into Zooniverse" Service Event, attendees used online, global platform called Zooniverse (zooniverse.org) to help conduct “people-powered research,” in which volunteers will help researchers look through large amounts of data that they have collected during their experiments.There were hundreds of research projects in a variety of fields, ranging from the sciences, such as biology and physics, to the arts, such as history, language and literature.Through this event, we were able to support professional researchers in discovering more about the world and gain some insight into the advancements in research going around us right now!

    Miles for Smiles

    During the Miles for Smiles Service Event, participants used an app called Charity Miles to donate money to a charity of their choice. For every mile walked, ran, or cycled, the app donated money to their chosen charity. Through this event, members were provided with a wonderful opportunity to help support over 40 different non profit charities while having fun staying fit, and getting in some exercise while staying at home!


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  • Our Team



    The 2021-2022 MSJ Key Club Board:


    Rayna Tsai

    HEY, KEY CLUBBERS! My name is Rayna Tsai, and I proudly serve as MSJ Key Club’s president for the 2021-2022 term. As the president, I work to lead the officer team and club to new heights. Key Club has allowed me to become an outgoing student leader who loves serving their community, stepping out of their comfort zone, and interacting with people. Everyone in this club has inspired me to become a better person through their passion for community service and kindness. Key Club’s my family and source of happiness; without it, I truly don’t know where I would be. Besides spending time with this club, I enjoy playing the violin for Golden State Youth Orchestra’s Senior Symphony, listening to music (check out [tinyurl.com/raynatsaispotify] for some bomb music), watching Among Us videos on YouTube, spending (way too much) time on TikTok, and consuming unhealthy amounts of boba. A fun fact about me is that I used to be a member of Poise’N Brigade, a dance team in the Bay Area! Feel free to message or talk to me if you have any questions about Key Club! Beyond excited to meet you all :^)

    Co-Vice President:

    Chloe Tse

    Hello! My name is Chloe Tse and I will be serving as your co-vice president for the 21-22 term! This is my third and final year in Key Club and I promise to make it as memorable as possible for everyone! Some fun facts about me are that I speak five languages and my favorite boba order is peach tea with lychee jelly! Outside of Key Club, I am involved in other organizations such as L2, Peer Resource, DECA, LINK crew etc. so please do not hesitate to talk to me if you see me around:) If you ever need someone to go to if you’re stressed out or bored, you can always hit me up! I will always be down to talk to you and I cannot wait to meet new friends<3

    Co-Vice President:

    Ariel Kim

    Hi! My name is Ariel Kim, and I am honored to be serving as one of MSJ Key Club’s Co-Vice Presidents for the 2021-2022 term. As the Co-Vice President, I work to support the president, keep close relations with D12E (our division), and in regulating the rest of the officer team. Being in Key Club has allowed my introverted self to find a voice, and develop a deep passion for service in giving back to our community. Now entering into my third term as an MSJ Key Club Officer, I can proudly say that I have learned the values of leadership, communication, and teamwork through being part of this club. The experiences and memories that I have made with the Key Club family are truly irreplaceable, and continue to hold a special place in my heart. Outside of the club, I love to play the flute, golf, listen to music, binge watch anime, read, and bake (aka burning every pastry). One fun fact about me is that I find peace in embroidering and painting. I'm beyond excited to meet you all, and can’t wait for the years to come in MSJ Key Club. Keep buzzing bees!


    Angela Xiong

    Hi there! My name is Angela Xiong and I am truly honored to be serving as your Secretary for the 2021-2022 term. As Secretary, I am responsible for managing the Member Recognition Program (MRP) within MSJHS, taking weekly board meeting notes, as well as filling out the Monthly Report Form (MRF) which encompasses the club roster directory, and service records among other forms for Division 12 East. Ever since Freshman year, my Key Club experience has been nothing short of extraordinary. Every Key Club member, friend, officer, and mentor has shaped me into the person I am today -- cultivating my viewpoints on life, and I am eternally grateful. In my free time, I enjoy reading novels, writing poems and stories, feeding my dog treats, playing golf, and learning new things whether it be a new language, instrument, hobby, or watching arbitrary Ted-Ed videos on Youtube. Aside from Key Club, I am a current staff writer for MSJ Exit Zine, and an incoming J1 staff writer for the Smoke Signal. I have also participated in Mock Trial since my Freshman year, and am a member of the MSJ Girls Golf Team! My MBTI personality type is INTJ and my favorite TV show is Grey’s Anatomy. I am truly looking forward to meeting each and every one of you and I cannot wait to see MSJ Key Club continue to prosper and grow in the 2021-2022 term!


    Jennie Wang

    What’s buzzing, bees? I’m Jennie Wang, and I’m so honored to be serving you as your MSJ Key Club Treasurer for the 2021-2022 term. In the Treasurer role, I am responsible for organizing monthly fundraising events, recording our financial transactions, reporting and approving expenditures, handling the reimbursements, and completing the Treasurer’s Monthly Report Form for our Division. Just like a bee, Key Club has allowed my love for serving others to bloom into a passion brighter and more beautiful than anything I could have ever accomplished on my own. Our Key Club family means absolutely everything to me, and I am endlessly grateful for and inspired by every single individual I have met along my journey. This term will be incredible, and I cannot wait for you to join this family and experience your own magical journey as a Key Clubber. Key Club aside, I’m a part of Peer Resource’s Student Wellness Committee and an incoming J1 staff writer for the Smoke Signal. I also play the violin (my favorite composer is Prokofiev), and I love listening to the violin/piano repertoire in my free time! My MBTI personality type is ISFJ, and you can check out this link for my Spotify! https://tiny.cc/brownsugarmilktea

    Bulletin Editor:

    Jackie Wang

    Hello there! My name is Jackie Wang, and I’ll be serving as your Bulletin Editor for the 2021-2022 term. As Bulletin Editor, I’ll be managing this website and club merchandise, collecting articles and visuals to submit to our division, creating seasonal club newsletters, and working with the rest of the executives to lead our officers and club. I joined Key Club in my freshman year, and this organization has taught me everything I know about leadership, teamwork, and community service. The past few years I’ve spent in Key Club have been nothing short of life-changing; at each event, I learn something valuable or meet someone new! Outside of Key Club, I play the piano, and I love being involved in our school’s community and am a part of Leadership 2’s Community Committee and an incoming committee co-head for Peer Resource’s LINK Crew Committee. Next year, you’ll probably find me at Key Club and Peer Resource events or planning LINK Orientation, school blood drives, and Charity Fashion Show. A fun fact about me is that I'm obsessed with having good grammar. I’m a Gemini, and my MBTI type is ENFJ. Feel free to approach me if you have any questions, and I am beyond excited to meet you all!

    Co-Activities Coordinator:

    Siran Wang

    Hi Key Clubbers! I’m Siran and I’ll be serving as a co-activities coordinator for this term. That means I will be organizing service events where we help out local organizations and make an impact in our community. But that’s not all there is to Key Club. Key Club is a large family where we have service events, bondings, meetings, and so much more. I have made so many new friends in the process in my freshman year even though everything was virtual. The experiences this club gives you are truly rewarding. Aside from Key, I’m a movie enthusiast (especially musicals), I play the flute and piano, and I have a 2 yr old cat named Mocha! If you’re interested, JOIN US on our journey of inclusiveness, caringness, character-building, and leadership. I hope you all share my excitement for this term, and that I’ll see you at one of our future events!

    Co-Activities Coordinator:

    Shelley Li

    Hey Key Clubbers! My name is Shelley Li, and I am so grateful to serve as one of your activities coordinators for the 2021-2022 term. As a co-activities coordinator, my role is to organize service events— to provide not only fun and engaging opportunities for you to give back to our community, but also incredible chances for you to discover your passions, interests, and explore beyond your boundaries. Key Club was the first club I joined in high school, and I remember entering it, feeling nervous, scared, and uncertain about leaving my comfort zone; however, these fears soon dissipated as the Key Club family welcomed me with open arms. I’ve learned to overcome my shyness and reach out because at Key Club, we are all united, united by our love for service, for our community, for each other. Outside of Key, I like to cook, read (always open for recommendations!), and go on walks around the neighborhood. I also play badminton and do bullet journaling. Don’t ever hesitate to reach out to me if you have any questions, and I will always be here, serving our community alongside you! :D


    Eilan Tang


    Hello! My name is Eilan Tang, and I am honored to be serving as your Publicist for the 2021-2022 term. As Publicist, I am responsible for everything publicity-related, including pub schedules, pub emails, and creating flyers for meetings and events. In the two years that I’ve spent in Key Club so far, I’ve drastically changed and grown as a person. This club has allowed me to develop my passion for community service and truly understand the values of teamwork and communication. Every single individual that I’ve met through this club has influenced me in a positive way, and I will forever be grateful for the opportunity to serve this club. Aside from Key Club, I enjoy watching kdramas (hit me up for recommendations), playing tennis and piano, and listening to music. I am so excited to meet all of you and I cannot wait to see what this term holds


    Senior Representative:

    Roland Yin

    Hi MSJ Key!!! My name is Roland Yin, and I will be serving as your Senior Rep! As senior rep, I will be creating mini events here and there for all of you to have the best year back from Covid!! Prior to being senior rep, I served as your Division Executive Assistant and was your previous Division Member of the Year as well. More importantly, I have attended events from almost every club in our division and have even ventured my way through Region, District, Circle K, and Kiwanis events, so if there is ever an event you want to go to but can’t find someone to go with, feel free to hit me up and I’ll try my best to make it there with you! Or, if you just want to have fun and gain lifelong memories from the events we host and the resources we offer, know that l will always be here for all of you both as a friend and as a mentor, both within the club and outside of it! And since helping you is my priori-key, feel free to message me whenever, if you need any advice about life or anything! :DD




    Junior Representative:

    Jessica Guan

    Hey there! My name is Jessica Guan, and it is my greatest honor to be able to serve MSJ Key Club as their junior representative this term. Joining Key Club at the start of my freshman year was truly the best decision that I have made in high school to date. I attended their first general meeting and instantly fell in love with everything that they do. To have been able to call this club my second family throughout the last two years has been one of the greatest blessings of my life. This club has offered me so many wonderful and unique opportunities to leave a lasting impact on my community through service while bettering myself by being surrounded by some of the most hard-working and compassionate individuals that I have ever met. I have been able to be a part of something greater than myself, and the feeling that I experience whenever I can help put a smile on someone else’s face has become priceless to me. I cannot wait to get to know all of you, and I sincerely hope that you will consider joining our wonderful community! Trust me, you will not regret it at all :)))



    Sophomore Representative:

    Sasmitha Rajesh

    Hi there! My name is Sasmitha Rajesh and I have the honor of serving as your Sophomore Representative for the 2021-2022 term! I joined Key Club as a freshman, and easily, I can now say that it is one of the best decisions I've made to this day! Within just a year, it has greatly impacted me to be a more loving, confident, and outgoing individual. Being a part of the MSJ Key family has provided endless opportunities to strengthen my passion for community service and make eternal bonds with the most supportive and like-minded individuals. Outside of Key, you might see me dancing on the stage during Homecoming, participating in blood drives, writing blogs about mental health, and more! On a casual note, I love listening to music, going on walks, baking, traveling, and crying over Netflix shows! As always, feel free to say "hi" when you see me during service events or meetings! I look forward to meeting you<3

    Meetings Coordinator:

    Bharat Sharma

    Hello MSJ Key! My name is Bharat Sharma, and I am super excited to be serving as your Meetings Coordinator this upcoming term. That means I’ll be in charge of organizing a fun and engaging general meeting every month where you guys will get to participate in a variety of icebreakers and learn about the upcoming events for the month. Prior to this term, I served as one of the Freshman Representatives last year, and I was able to gain a lot of experience and build connections with so many amazing people. Outside of Key Club, I love playing basketball and pretty much any other sport, and in general, just like having a great time, so if you ever want to play a game, or just want to talk, don’t hesitate to reach out. I’m so excited to make this term super special and get to build connections with each and every one of you!

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  • Member Recognition Program


    What is it?

    The Member Recognition Program, or MRP for short, is a program that recognizes members across the CNH District for their dedication towards Key Club. There are four levels: bronze, silver, gold, and platinum, and each level requires that members reach a certain number of service hours and complete other fulfillments.


    Why should I participate in it?

    The MRP is an incredible way for members to get recognized for all of their passion for Key Club. Not only will members receive an official award from the CNH District, but they also get to walk across the stage at District Convention!


    How can I find more information?

    For more information on the MRP and on how to qualify for the various awards, please visit [https://www.cnhkeyclub.org/recognition]. Additionally, members can reach out to the 2021-2022 club Secretary (Angela Xiong) to verify that their service hours on the MRF are accurately accurate.