Quebec Student Participates in International Cultural Exchange Program in South Africa

Charlene Bayer, this year’s Golden Key/ING DIRECT creative writing competition winner, was one of seven Montreal drama students invited by the Ubuntu Education Fund to participate in a 3-1/2 week international cultural exchange program in South Africa. The program’s general idea was to raise awareness about the social issues brought on by AIDS and poverty in […]

Quebec Students Wins International Writing Contest

In April, Canadian chapters across the country reached out to local middle schools to announce the Golden Key creative writing contest sponsored by ING Direct. Students submitted short stories that incorporated GK values. Two Quebec students are among the top three winners of the Golden Key International Honour Society ING DIRECT Writing Contest, sponsored by ING DIRECT. […]

Golden Key Visual and Performing Arts Award

Canadian student Sasi Shanmugarajah from the University of Toronto won this year’s Golden Key Visual and Performing Arts award for photography. “Everyday People” was a collection of striking and poignant images of everyday individuals from around the globe.  Mr. Shanmugarajah received a $1,000 award.

2009 Golden Key International Conference Service Participants! (On-Site)

Thank you to the volunteers who stayed on-site!  Together, delegates packed 600 bags of new school supplies, encouraging notes, and college promotional materials.  These Achiever Jumpstart Kits will encourage students at King Middle School in Atlanta to think ahead and become tomorrow’s Golden Key members.  In addition, volunteers put their creativity to the test while […]

2009 Golden Key Workshops a Huge Success at International Conference

The workshops at Conference were a huge success and we thank those that took the time to prepare a workshop.  We have received many positive comments from our delegates regarding presentations they attended and heard about. We will be offering as many presentation documents to our members as possible for those who were unable to […]