Kiwanis International European Federation

Serving the children of the World.

Young Professionals & SLP


In addition to the adults clubs, Kiwanis International has several membership programs of all ages. All these programs (clubs) are to be considered as a social action from full Kiwanis clubs. The members of these clubs are no full members/Kiwanians: they do not have the rights and duties of full members. As Kiwanis membership has grown and enthusiasm for its service-based format has spread, Kiwanis has created additional volunteer opportunities for people at every stage of life through its Service Leadership Programs. For detailled information about the programs please visit Programs. General information about the Kiwanis SLP on the website of Kiwanis International

from left: Antonio Rotella, Maria Imola Csoka, Jeff Hendrickx (JCI), Ruth Gabler and Matthias Weyrauch



All issues arround Kiwanis Young Professionals (KYP) and Service Leadership Programms (SLP) are managed by (from left):

  • Antonio Rotella (Itay)
  • Maria Imola Csoka (Romania)
  • Karel Timmermans (Belgium) as Chairman
  • Ruth Gabler, Director Membership and Programs Europe at the MSC in Gent
  • and Matthias Weyrauch (Germany)

Jeff Hendrickx from the Junior Chamber International (JCI) is an important partner for the committee.


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