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Club Coach, Sponsor Or Mentor? 



  • Organizes interested people into a club

  • Works with the officers to set up regular Toastmaster meetings

  • Conducts the demo meeting

  • Helps the officers recruit enough paying members to charter

  • Fills out and submits the necessary forms

  • Plans the charter presentation / ceremony

  • Time commitment: from initial contact with the people forming the club to the chartering ceremony

  • Credit: When the club charters



  • Advises a chartered club for the first 6-12 months

  • Attends and assists with club meetings

  • Explains what it takes to be a successful club

  • Shows club members how to find and use resources available from the District and from Toastmasters International

  • Presents Successful Club Series modules

  • Time commitment: six-twelve months

  • Credit: Served a minimum of six months



  • Assists a club that has 12 or fewer members (the club must ask for this assistance)

  • Helps the club build its membership as well as conduct productive club meetings.

  • Assists the club officers with guidance on conducting club business like paying dues, recording educational awards, submitting officer lists

  • May join the club, but only after being appointed a Coach

  • Time commitment: up to 18 months

  • Credit: When the club achieves Distinguished Club status in the Distinguished Club Program (DCP).

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