You’re working the Toastmasters educational program and want to know how to enhance your experience or speed up your progress? Below you will find a chart of opportunities, both within your club and outside of your club, to achieve your goals. You too can become a Distinguished Toastmaster!
Regardless if you are on the traditional educational method or the Pathways method, you can get involved! Here are some ways that you can help:
- Give a speech from the Successful Club Series or the Better Speaker Series
- Consider joining a second club to increase your speaking opportunities
- Consider serving on a district committee – in particular, you might consider serving on the Toastmasters Leadership Institute Committee as a session facilitator to get credit for module presentations
- Serve as an assistant to your current or incoming Area Director
- Complete a High Performance Leadership Project
- Conduct a Youth Leadership workshop or a presentation from the Success/Leadership Series or Success/Communication Series – Speechcraft is one of the more popular options
- Serve as a sponsor or mentor for a new club or a coach for a struggling club
- Apply to be an Area Director in January – March (download application form)
- Attend the next District 3 Conference
Once you are done with all of the requirements for your traditional or Pathways educational method, you can attend District Conference and receive your Distinguished Toastmasters Medalion!