Club strengthening

Many club coaches have been lieutenant governors or presidents. They have faced many of the issues you’re facing. They're also specially trained for this position — so they’re ready to offer guidance and links to the resources you need. And because they have the support of fellow club coaches, they can bring ideas and suggestions that have worked for other clubs.

Request a club coach 

COACHING CLUBS IN 2020-2021 
Prepared by the Subcommittee on New Club Opening of the International Committee on Membership, October 2020
Letter from President Art Riley 
Club Coach Position Description 
Express your interest in coaching 
Coach reporting form
Email membership@kiwanis.org to enroll in Certified Club Coach Training


COACHING EXISTING CLUBS 
Quick-start guide for coaching existing clubs 
Club Coach Guide


COACHING NEW CLUBS 

Quick-start guide to coaching new clubs  
Club Coach Guide


PRE-CHARTERING 

Club opening toolkit 
New member orientation 
New member orientation checklist 
Types of club 
Corporate Membership
Board of directors sample agenda  
Sample agenda for first organizational meeting 
Official charter paperwork 
Inviting new members 
Finance and Liability  
Charter celebration ceremony 
Planning a silent auction 

FIRST YEAR 
Inviting new members  
Character cards -- Sharing Kiwanis with prospective members
Creating public awareness 

SUSTAINING CLUBS 
Inviting new members  
Roster analysis  
Character cards -- Sharing Kiwanis with prospective members
Creating public awareness
Hosting an open house
Signature Project toolkit

TRIAGING CLUBS 
Inviting new members  
Character cards -- Sharing Kiwanis with prospective members
New member application 
3-2-1 club 
Engage current members 

ACE TOOLS 
Achieving Club Excellence 

Vision Partners

Be a Partner

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