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Community Coaching Program

Community Service

In the same way that law schools have legal aid clinics to provide legal support for people who otherwise could not afford them, the Hornick School of Coaching has a Community Coaching Program.


I had a wonderful and empowering experience

from start to finish in this coaching program.

-Mother of two

The Community Coaching Program (CCP) provides a double service. It provides an opportunity for people to reap the benefits, which are often great, of a short coaching engagement. While the program is open to anyone, it generally aims to serve people involved in non-profits, civic organizations, schools, and small businesses or people who are not traditionally employed. This aligns closely with HSoC's mission to bring coaching support to places that do not currently have access to it.

Easy going, professional, and gave proper ideas

towards work and personal life.

-Tony Rigali BD and Marketing/Sales


The second purpose of the CCP is to provide people preparing for professional certification to practice coaching, with the support of an experienced professional coach. Every coach in the CCP meets regularly with a mentor coach to review the progress of their engagements.

The engagements offered by the CCP are one month long and include five coaching sessions that last from 45-60 minutes.

I learned new problem solving skills and was reminded

of old ones I haven't touched in years.

After every session I felt motivated. . . 

-Tanner Ames, Journeyman Electrician


Anyone who is at least 18 years of age can apply to participate in the Community Coaching Program and receive coaching support. The coaching can address professional or personal issues.


Not only did my coach help me determine the practical tools I needed to implement an action plan tailored to my personality and lifestyle, but I was also provided perceptive guidance within a supportive space. 



If you are part of an organization that would like to explore this free service provided by the coaching school, click here to contact Dan Finn, HSoC Community Liaison. Or, you can click here to learn more about the program.


If you are an individual, interested in applying for yourself, click here to learn more about the program.

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