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New Speechcraft Flier

For clubs looking to promote Speechcraft events to local companies and business-focused individuals, this new corporate-focused flier promotes the transferable skills gained through the Speechcraft program and can be customized with your club’s event information.


Women in Leadership Webinar

Toastmasters is celebrating women in leadership with a webinar on March 8, International Women’s Day. Register today to join in and hear a panel of compelling women from a variety of disciplines talk about communication and leadership topics. And make sure to read this month’s article about five exemplary and inspirational women leaders who are Toastmasters!


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Does Your Club Have Gift Certificates?

Gift certificates to redeem for Toastmasters merchandise must be mailed to World Headquarters along with the order details. (Find our mailing address on the Contact Us page.) You can create an order summary on the Toastmasters website to send with your certificates that will include the cost of shipping and applicable taxes. You can do this by going through the purchase process and stopping when payment is requested. If you need additional help, email supplyorders@toastmasters.org.



Resources


Toastmaster Magazine—Online Extras

There’s much to celebrate in the month of March! Visit the magazine website to learn how we’re honoring International Women’s Day; discover the power of poetry and tell us about your favorite verse for World Poetry Day; and find out how to take part in a special March Madness magazine feature.

 

Tips for Club Meeting Roles

The success of a club meeting depends on the participants. At each meeting, there are many roles to fill, and they play an important part in making the club experience enjoyable. Visit the Club Meeting Roles webpage for a description of each role and find helpful Toastmaster articles filled with tips for taking them on.

 

The Guiding Light of Club Central

Are you a new club officer? Or a current club officer who is looking for a way to provide receipts to your members? Great news! The Club Central Tutorials walk an officer through all the different tools in Club Central, from Adding Members to Club Achievements.



Reminders


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Dues Renewal

To ensure your club is in good standing and receives credit for the Distinguished Club Program, remember to log in to Club Central and submit your dues payments by April 1, 2022. Per Policy 2.0, the minimum renewal requirement is eight paid members—at least three of whom were club members during the previous renewal period. Unpaid officers lose access to Club Central 30 days after their membership expires. Email the Club and Member Support Team at renewals@toastmasters.org if you have questions.

 

Help New Clubs Charter in Your District

Do you have prospective clubs in your District hoping to charter? Set these clubs up for a successful chartering process by ensuring they use the most up-to-date version of our charter documents, located in the Resource Library and in the “How to Build a Toastmasters Club” guide.

 

Support Members With Path Selection

When viewing your club’s roster in Club Central, look out for members who do not have “Pathways enabled” below their name. This indicates that they have not yet selected their first free path. To get them started in the Toastmasters Pathways learning experience and help them choose their first path, have them navigate to their profile and follow the prompts to select a path. If members need additional help, have them email educationprogram@toastmasters.org.



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