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A club coach is someone who works with a club that has fewer than 12 members. The Coach's role is to help the club add at least 5 net new members and attain Distinguished Status. A coach's assignment is complete when this occurs and the club has the processes and tools in place to carry on without any external assistance. Two coaches may be assigned per club as appointed by the District Governor. Completion of this role counts toward the Advanced Leader award.
A club sponsor is someone who assists in the formation of a new club. The sponsor's role is completed when the new club is officially chartered with Toastmasters International. Two sponsors may be assigned per club as appointed by the District Governor. Completion of this role counts toward the Advanced Leader award.
A club mentor is someone who works with a brand new club for at least six months after the club charters. The mentor's role is complete at the end of six months; the club has retained at least 20 members and is on its way to become a Distinguished Club. Two mentors may be assigned per club as appointed by the District Governor. Completion of this role counts toward the Advanced Leaders award.
Toastmasters International has a membership recognition program for individual members who sponsor new or reinstated members each year. The sponsoring member will receive the following awards from Toastmasters International each year that these milestones are met:
District 10 recognizes sponsors of 3 or more members with a ribbon.
The Smedley Award is given to clubs who add 5 new or reinstated members during the months of August and September. It is named after the Toastmasters International founder, Dr. Ralph Smedley. Clubs are given their choice of any module from The Better Speaker Series, Successful Club Series or Leadership Excellence Series.
The Talk Up Toastmasters award is given to clubs who add 5 new or reinstated members during the months of February and March. Clubs are given their choice of any module from The Better Speaker Series, Successful Club Series or Leadership Excellence Series.
The Beat The Clock club membership program for the months of May and June. Any club that adds 5 members during this timeframe receives a single module from the Successful Club Series, Better Speaker Series or Leadership Excellence Series, directly from Toastmasters International. In addition, the clubs that Beat the Clock receive a $25 gift certificate from the District to the Toastmasters International store.
The Distinguished Club program is a set of goals that helps clubs in achieving education, membership and administrative objectives. Distinguished clubs tend to be successful, fun, strong clubs that members enjoy being a part of. There are 10 goals:
The award levels are:
The Distinguished Area is a set of goals that helps to ensure that all clubs in an Area are achieving education, membership and administrative objectives. Distinguished Areas tend to be stronger areas that have vibrant clubs and challenging contests. The number of clubs required to achieve the objectives for the Distinguished Area program varies based on the number of clubs in the area.
Select distinguished objectives:
President's distinguished objectives: