Would you like to help a club achieve its full potential or help a new club get started?
Become a Club Sponsor, Club Mentor or Club Coach today!
A Club Sponsor is an experienced Toastmasters who possesses leadership skills, passion for Toastmasters and a strong sense of dedication to helping charter a new club. A Club Sponsor organizes the new club, sets up regular club meetings, completes the required paperwork and plans the charter presentation.
Club Sponsors are integral to the success of a new Toastmasters club. Through the process of chartering a new club, Club Sponsors enhance their leadership skills, develop project-management abilities and expand their marketing expertise. A Club Sponsor who helps start a new club will receives a Certificate of Acknowledgement and credit toward the Advance Leader Silver (ALS) award after submitting the required form.
Sponsors receive a certificate and credit toward the Advanced Leader Silver (ALS) award OR towards a Pathways DTM after their return the “Get Credit” form.
A Club Mentor advises, teaches and tutors a newly chartered club on the numerous ways of implementing the Toastmasters program. He/ she should be an experienced Toastmaster who possesses leadership skills, passion for Toastmasters and a strong sense of dedication to helping a new club succeed. Up to two (2) new Club Mentors can be appointed to a club by the District Director.
Club Mentors ensure that the club is strong and fully functional, confirm that officers understand their duties and have the tools they need to perform them, help clubs create a unique club culture or establish appropriate club customs, outline the components of a quality club meeting, help clubs build, maintain and retain strong membership.
The mentor receives a certificate and credit toward their Advanced Leader (AL) award OR towards a Pathways DTM after their return the “Get Credit” form.
A Club Coach is an experienced Toastmaster who coaches a club to rebuild membership and restore quality to the club environment. The goal of a coach is to help the club achieve recognition in the Distinguished Club Program, which is accomplished by:
Club Coaches build rapport with the club leaders and members by instilling enthusiasm, comradery and structure with in the club. They assess the club environment and recommend the best practices for success. They work with the club leaders to develop a Club Success Pland and encourage the club to work towards Distinguished Club Program recognition.
The coach receives a certificate and credit toward their Advanced Leader (AL) award OR towards a Pathways DTM after their return the “Get Credit” form.
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