It’s Nice to be Wanted

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Must be available for support and guidance to newly chartered club for a minimum of six months after the club’s charter date by:

  • Helping the club to understand the mission of the club.
  • Ensuring the club is conducting quality meetings
  • Providing the tools needed to perform roles.
  • Showing the officers how to use Club Central
  • Encouraging all club officers to attend officer training, together if possible
  • Explaining Toastmasters International’s education program and Distinguished Club Program.

Must be available to work with challenged clubs with 12 or fewer members. You cannot be a member of the club when assigned but may join after being assigned if you wish. This allows the coach to view the club objectively. As a coach, you should be familiar with how to conduct quality club meetings.  Responsibilities of a Club Coach include:

  • Building rapport with the club’s leadership and members
  • Observing and analyzing the club environment
  • Helping the club develop and implement a plan for improvement
  • Instilling enthusiasm, fidelity and a sense of responsibility for the club’s future.

If you are interested in:

  • Gaining leadership skills,
  • Learning how to develop and implement club success strategies through teamwork and organization,
  • Building new relationships with Toastmasters outside of your club environment
  • Obtaining fresh perspectives
  • Earning credit towards your Advanced Leader Silver award


Joyce Trimble, Club Support Chair

Positions are appointed by the District Director