Coaches, Sponsors & Mentors

The Toastmasters Club Coach Program

Club coaches are experienced Toastmasters who assist in rebuilding club membership and restoring club quality. A successful club coach will:

  • Build rapport with club leaders and members
  • Instill enthusiasm, comradery and structure within the club
  • Assess the club environment and recommend best practices for success
  • Work with club leaders to develop a Club Success Plan
  • Encourage the club to strive for Distinguished Club Program (DCP) recognition

Coaches who help clubs achieve Distinguished status or higher in the Distinguished Club Program will receive credit in the education program and a certificate of accomplishment.

Please email CGD@D27-TM.org if you are interested in becoming a Coach to a club in District 27.


Becoming A Toastmasters Club Sponsor

Some of the most famous names in business have sponsored clubs, including AT&T, Bank of America, Chevron, eBay, Google, and Microsoft. Sponsored clubs provide their members with the confidence and communication skills to flourish in their jobs; as members are able to deliver stronger presentations at work, lead more productive staff meetings and relate better with clients and colleagues.
A sponsor typically provides one or more of the following:

  • Meeting location
  • Charter fee
  • New member fee
  • Membership dues
  • Incentives for completion of Toastmasters education paths

Please email CGD@D27-TM.org if you are interested in becoming a Sponsor to a club in District 27.


Becoming A Toastmasters Club Mentor

Every newly chartered club may have up to two mentors who are appointed by the Club Growth Director in
consultation with the District Director. A club mentor advises, teaches, and guides a newly chartered club in
implementing the Toastmasters program at the club during the first six months to one year of the new club’s
existence. The club mentor should be an experienced Toastmaster who possesses leadership skills, passion for Toastmasters, and a strong sense of dedication to helping a new club develop the tools to become a strong club that will ensure their success for years to come.

Please email CGD@D27-TM.org if you are interested in becoming a Mentor to a Newly Chartered club in District 27.