Introduction to Toastmasters Mentoring-Evaluation Resource
This evaluation resource is for the “Introduction to Toastmasters Mentoring” project. Use it in your club to evaluate a member completing this project. You can download and complete the resource on your device, or print and complete it by hand. How you choose to complete the evaluation depends on your preference and the preference of the member you are evaluating.View form
Document used by districts to record inventory on hand on December 31.Download file
IRS Group Exemption Letter
The IRS letter proving our not for profit status required for newly chartered clubs to receive an EIN. An EIN number is needed to open a club bank/treasury account.View file
Japanese Award Applications
These files include:
- Competent Communicator View form
- Advanced Communicator View form
- Competent Leader View form
- Advanced Leader / DTM
Judge's Certification of Eligibility and Code of EthicsForm for all speech contest judges to certify eligibility and agree to uphold the Judge’s Code of Ethics. May be used for any speech contest.
Keeping an Open Mind
This training activity helps participants identify the value of multiple perspectives and demonstrates that open-mindedness to new perspectives encourages growth.Download manual
Keeping the CommitmentPart of The Successful Club Series. Discusses the 10 standards that comprise "A Toastmasters Promise." Includes 25 promise cards, outline and a PowerPoint presentation.
Know Your AudiencePart of The Better Speaker Series. If you can relate to your audience, they will relate to you. Includes an outline and a PowerPoint presentation.