Club Ambassador Program

This program encourages members to visit other clubs, which will offer a learning experience for both the Ambassador and the club visited.

What Will You Gain?

  • New ideas to bring back to your own club to keep the excitement strong.

  • New opportunities to participate as a speaker or other meeting functionary.

  • New friends! Why wait for an Area or Division contest to meet new people?

  • Discover a world beyond the club level.

What Will The Visited Club Gain?

  • Cross pollination of ideas.

  • The ambassador may become a dual membership in your club.

  • You may learn or teach a new tool for holding quality club meetings.

What Will You Earn?

Visit 3 – 5 clubs and submit club visit form:

    • Designation of being an Official District 48 Club Ambassador
    • BRONZE Ambassador Pin
    • Recognition at the District Conferences

Visit 6 – 9 clubs and submit club visit form:

    • Designation of being an Official District 48 Club Ambassador
    • SILVER Ambassador Pin
    • Recognition at the District Conferences

Visit 10 or more clubs and submit club visit form:

    • Designation of being an Official District 48 Club Ambassador
    • GOLD Ambassador Pin
    • Recognition at the District Conferences

How to Complete a Club Ambassador Visit

Find a Club!

Find a club that you’d like to visit that fits your schedule — the club does not have to be in your area, your division, or even District 48!

Check the Club Requirements

Club requirements:

  • You cannot be a member of the club
    • Nor have been a member in the past year
  • Division Directors & Area Directors:
    •  Division Directors are not required to visit clubs, therefore they may earn credit for visiting clubs within their own Divisions.
    • Area Directors are required to visit the clubs in their respective areas, therefore they cannot earn credit for visiting their assigned clubs. They CAN earn credit for visiting clubs in adjacent areas within their Divisions.
    • To become a club ambassador, area and division directors will have to visit and complete/submit the forms.
  • Only the first visit to any club counts!
Contact the Club
  • Verify meeting date/time/location;
  • If you wish to participate in the meeting, ask to be placed on the agenda or ask if you can perform a meeting role (or you can just show up).

At the meeting:

  • Observe
  • Participate
  • Take notes – just as you would in your own club.
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