” We provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment where every member can develop strong communication and leadership skills, which fosters their self-confidence, personal and career growth. “
What is Toastmasters?
Founded in 1924, Toastmasters International is regarded as the leading organization dedicated to communication and leadership skill development.
Through its worldwide network of clubs, Toastmasters International helps people learn how to communicate effectively for presentations, feedback and team management, and gain the confidence to lead others through positive influence.
Why pay thousands of dollars for a seminar or class when you can join a Toastmasters club for a fraction of the cost and have fun in the process?
As a member, you will gain all the tools, resources and support you need.
Watch what Toastmasters has brought to a recent member
What’s in it for you?
Toastmasters is a place where you develop and grow – both personally and professionally. You join a community of learners, and in Toastmasters meetings, we learn by doing. Whether you’re an executive or a stay-at-home parent, a college student or a retiree, you will improve yourself; building skills to express yourself in a variety of situations. You’ll open up a world of new possibilities: giving better work presentations; leading meetings – and participating in them – more confidently; speaking more smoothly off the cuff; even handling one-on-one interactions with family, friends and colleagues more positively.
How does it work?
The environment in a Toastmasters club is friendly and supportive. Everyone at a Toastmasters meeting feels welcome and valued – from complete beginners to advanced speakers. In a club meeting, you practice giving prepared speeches as well as brief impromptu presentations, known as Table Topics. There is no rush and no pressure: The Toastmasters program allows you to progress at your own pace.
Constructive evaluation is central to the Toastmasters philosophy. Each time you give a prepared speech, an evaluator will point out strengths as well as suggest improvements. Receiving – and giving – such feedback is a great learning experience. In Toastmasters, encouragement and improvement go hand-in-hand.