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A Club Coach is not the same as a [[Club Mentor]] or [[Club Sponsor]].
 
A Club Coach is not the same as a [[Club Mentor]] or [[Club Sponsor]].
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See also the [[adopt-a-club]] program.
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A Club Coach can get [[ALS]] or [[Pathways]] credit for bringing a qualifying [[club]] to [[DCP|Distinguished]] status.
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The [[District F|District]] Club Coach [[Chair]] for 2017-18 is Randy Kleinman, and in 2018-19 is Kathy Hughes.

Latest revision as of 16:58, 18 May 2019

A Club Coach is a Toastmasters Member who agrees and is assigned to help a club with twelve or fewer Members. The Club Coach is not a Member of the Club to which he or she is assigned, although he or she may thereafter become a Member. The process of being a Club Coach is described in How to Rebuild a Toastmasters Club (item 1158) [1]. A Club Coach is a counselor, a source of knowledge and a fountain of ideas.

A club may have up to two coaches. The appointment of a coach lasts either to June 30 of the current year, or to June 30 of the succeeding year, depending on the Club's status.

A Club Coach is not the same as a Club Mentor or Club Sponsor.

See also the adopt-a-club program.

A Club Coach can get ALS or Pathways credit for bringing a qualifying club to Distinguished status.

The District Club Coach Chair for 2017-18 is Randy Kleinman, and in 2018-19 is Kathy Hughes.