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Beta Kappa Iota (BKI) is the name of our chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at the InterAmerican Campus of Miami Dade College. BKI was chartered on December 10, 2001 in a beautiful ceremony in which the first induction was also conducted. At the time of the first induction

Beta Kappa Iota has certainly made an impact and a change at the InterAmerican Campus. We are one of the most dynamic organizations in campus and collectively we have contributed a total of 7,000 hours of community service. Among our most memorable activities are bringing food to needy families through St. Vincent de Paul Society, bringing toys to children with HIV and Cancer in different hospitals (2004), the walk on the calle ocho collecting sponsorship funds for the American Cancer Society (2004), and a Coastal clean up event (2004), etc.

Moreover, members of Beta Kappa Iota have also had the opportunity to travel to various Phi Theta Kappa conventions and conferences such as Phi Theta Kappa Regional Convention in Orlando (2004), the International Convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota (2004), the Honors Institute in Los Angeles, California (2004), the Leadership Conference in Tampa (2004) etc. These conventions and conferences have enhanced the participants’ leadership skills as well as the knowledge in the organization.

 


 
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