The Club Coach Program
Being a Club Coach fulfils a requirement to earn your Advanced Leader Silver award.
- You do not need to have reached any specific level in Toastmasters or given a specific number of speeches to be a coach.
- You cannot coach a club of which you are a member.
- The club coach relationship will last for at least a year and many coaches find themselves staying and joining the club when the year is over.
- You are there to advise a club; make suggestions on ways they can improve. You are not there to do the work for the members and leaders.
- Your objective is to rebuild a club by helping them reach the Distinguished Club Program goals, including membership number goals.
- Club Coaches are appointed by the District Club Growth Director.
- Two Club Coaches may be appointed for any Club with 12 or fewer paid members.
- A Club Coach may not be a member of the “At Risk” Club at the time of his or her appointment.
- The Club Coach will receive a distinctive pin upon his or her appointment and further recognition upon successful completion of the program.
- A Club Coach is successful if the Club becomes Distinguished during the Coach’s appointment. Successful Club Coaches receive credit toward the Advanced Leader Silver designation.
- The term for a Club Coach can be extended one year beyond the year of appointment, upon request.
Be a Club C-O-A-C-H!
To discuss the opportunity, please email Ryan Rupchin, Club Growth Director