CLUB COACHES NEEDED
A club coach is an experienced Toastmaster who volunteers to help another club that has 12 or fewer active members. This Toastmaster is not a member of the club and is typically working toward Advanced Leader Silver recognition. Contact Club Growth Director, Mary Cornwall, DTM at CGD@d13tm.com to learn more about becoming a Club Coach.
Clubs that need one or two Club Coaches.
|A3||4520686||Williams Energy In Motion Toastmasters||10|
|A4||1567681||West Liberty University Toastmasters Club||10|
|A4||847||South Hills Toastmasters Club||11|
|B11||1729||Arconic Technology Center Club||12|
|B13||9843||Cranberry Area Toastmasters Club||12|
|C23||631552||Sallie Boggs Toastmasters Club||12|
|C23||6308||Ambassadors Toastmasters Club||11|
|C24||935440||Norwin Toastmasters Club||8|
|D31||845118||The Next Step Toastmasters Club||12|
|D31||602362||Toastmasters in the Tower
|D32||1306484||HELPS on Smithfield||9|
|D32||5333941||The Power of Toast (TPOT)||9|
|D32||3080117||Running Man Speaks||9|
|D33||1913||Federal Building Club||10|
Clubs that need one Club Coach.
|B14||9057||Mercer County Toastmasters Club
|B14||2292||New Castles First||10|
Would you like to help a struggling club get back on the right track? Volunteer as a Club Coach! We’ll provide you with the tools, you’ll help others to benefit from Toastmasters, and you’ll earn credit towards the Advanced Leader Silver award (which you’ll need for your DTM).
Not close to earning your DTM? No problem! You can “pocket” the credit and apply it when you’re ready.
Club Coach Resources
Resources from Other Districts