Toastmasters District 3 uses multiple tools to let the world know about special District events, club events such as speech contests or open houses, while increasing awareness of Toastmasters to the community. Club members are encouraged to use these tools and can learn more about them on our District’s YouTube channel.
Public Relations Manager
Social Media Chair
Our District calendar on our website can be found here: aztoastmasters.org/events/
Members can send in a request to add an event by filling out this form for the Webmaster. If you have more than one attachment or have trouble using the form, you can email the webmaster directly at email@example.com.
Make sure all fields are completed so members and website visitors can easily find your event. By adding the Organizer’s contact information, members and visitors can call and/or email if they have trouble finding the event. Requests should be submitted two (2) weeks prior to the event. Please allow 48 hours for our District web team to add event requests to the calendar; the webmaster will send a confirmation email once your event is live on the calendar.
|District 3 Meet Up: https://www.meetup.com/District-3-Toastmasters/ Club VPPRs are encouraged to create a free account on MeetUp.com and join the District 3 MeetUp group (you may be sent an email to verify). Once this is done please contact the District 3 PRM; your Club VPPR will be assigned as an Event Organizer to your club’s MeetUp events. As an Event Organizer, the VPPR can schedule, edit, and cancel events, change the location if necessary, and contact members. As the VPPR, when you create your free MeetUp account, you will be asked to upload a photo of yourself; the recommended size in pixels is 200px X 200px. If your club does not have a MeetUp event created, you can create this, add a group description, location of the meeting, and add a group photo – recommended size in pixels is 600px X 338px. For more information please refer to this handout. You can also email questions to PRM@AZToastmasters.org. Encourage all your club’s members to RSVP to your MeetUp! The larger the RSVP number, the greater the opportunity is to attract guests!|
Don Giffth, PID
|District 3 YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2U0HMCm|
Click or tap the above shortlink to go to the District 3 Toastmasters YouTube Channel and subscribe. There are currently 6 playlists to choose from, covering topics such as District Leadership, Toastmasters Leadership Institute (TLI), PR 101, and tips to help your club be successful!
|District 3 has both a Facebook Business Page (@ToastmastersD3) and a Group Page.|
Facebook Business Page: Click or tap the above link to go to our Facebook Business Page and Like it. The page will keep both members and visitors updated as to new clubs, events, recognize our members’ achievements, club demo meetings, and other happenings with Toastmasters District 3. When you post about District 3, be sure to tag our Page and use the hashtag #D3TM.
Facebook Group Page: Click or tap the above link to go to our Facebook Group Page and request to join. Once membership is approved, members can post about club events (i.e., open houses and speech contests), Toastmasters workshops, TLI, and ask questions of our membership. If a member wants to add another club member to the group, please keep in mind there are four (4) questions posed to help our admins determine District 3 club membership. If the questions aren’t answered, the person will be contacted privately through Facebook Messenger.
|District 3 Twitter account: https://twitter.com/d3_toastmasters.|
Click or tap the above link to go to our Toastmasters District 3 Twitter page. If you do not have a Twitter account, you can create a free account using your email address and choosing a username and password (you may be sent an email to verify). Click or tap the blue FOLLOW button to stay on top of Toastmasters District 3. When you post to your own account, please tag @d3_toastmasters and use the hashtag #D3TM.
|District 3 Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/d3_toastmasters/.|
Click or tap the above link to go to the Toastmasters District 3 Instagram page. If you do not have an account, follow the Instagram instructions to create a free account with your email address and choosing a username and password. Click or tap the blue FOLLOW button and stay on top of our Stories (i.e., #MyWhy, our Grand Canyon Echoes podcast, Speakers Bureau, etc.) and posts about events, new clubs, and what’s coming up next!
|District 3 LinkedIn account: https://www.linkedin.com/company/district-3-toastmasters-international/|
If you have a LinkedIn account, click on the above link to go to the District 3 LinkedIn Page and click the white FOLLOW button. When you post from your personal LinkedIn profile, remember to tag our District 3 page by typing @District 3 Toastmasters.If you don’t have a LinkedIn account, we have created instructions to help you get started! Please note that LinkedIn is more professional than Facebook or other social media platforms; the membership tends to frown on “shortcode” or “text” language, but, hashtags are allowed. The hashtags used by Toastmasters District 3 include:Toastmasters, communication, leadership, mentorship, D3TM, allaboutthemembers, pathways, publicspeaking, rotaryLinkedIn pages to follow:
|District 3 Pinterest account: https://www.pinterest.com/toastmastersdistrict3/|
Pinterest was created in January 2010. Literally, the name means “pin interest”. Think of Pinterest as a large corkboard; you have reminders, notes, photos, etc. that are pinned to each board you either create or follow.
If you have a Pinterest account, login and click on the above link to go to the District 3 Toastmasters Pinterest Page. Select the red FOLLOW button, and you can start posting and commenting on our boards.
To create a free account, select the button SIGN UP, enter your email address, choose a secure password, and your age (for your identity security, you don’t have to give your real age). Set up your profile to help our members learn more about you. You may be asked to list 3-5 interests you have so Pinterest can deliver the content you want to see. You may be asked to create a board so you can start pinning your interests before you can follow our board.
Don Giffth, PID
The Toastmasters District 3 podcast is similar to a radio show: we feature stories, advice, presentation and leadership tips, insights and perspectives from the members of Toastmasters District in Arizona. The two differences between a radio show and our podcast are:
a radio show is live and our podcasts are planned and recorded, and
a radio show can either be on an AM or FM broadcast, and podcasts are free and available on the internet for anyone to subscribe and listen to.
While most of our content featured is related to Toastmasters’ education and leadership programs and may contain “Toastmasters-speak” that a non-member may be unfamiliar with, we do strive to ensure our content will be found helpful by everyone. Listeners will be empowered to continue developing their own communication and leadership skills and how becoming a member can accelerate that learning, wherever the life journey takes them.
Listen to the Podcast here: https://aztoastmasters.org/grand-canyon-echos-podcast/