Members realize the benefits of Toastmasters through the proven educational programs. It is important to motivate members to participate in Toastmasters’ educational programs and activities.
The Toastmasters educational program features communication and leadership tracks. The tracks are not mutually exclusive. Members can work in both tracks at the same time.
Visit Toastmasters International’s Educational Program overview to learn more about how members can progress in the tracks and receive awards. You will also find award applications in PDF format that you may download.
Your Area Director
As a Club Officer or Member, the Area Director is your first line of communication with the District. Your Area Director will visit your club at least twice a year and coordinate Area speech contests.
Please contact your Area Director for guidance with club-related activities such as:
- Preparing and implementing your Club Success Plan,
- Achieving Distinguished Club status,
- Sharing ideas for public relations and membership growth,
- Explaining the Toastmasters educational program, and
- Completing administrative responsibilities.
To contact your Area or Division Director, locate his/her name on the appropriate Division _ Page, then click on his/her email address to open an outgoing email message.
Club Officer Resources
Visit Toastmasters International’s Club officer tools and resources, including membership building and management, public relations and marketing, club management software, club stationery, and more.
Distinguished Club Program (DCP)
The Distinguished Club Program helps your club accomplish its purpose by focusing on educational achievements, membership growth, and administrative responsibilities. Click DCP Guide for details.
Check on the status of your Club’s Distinguished Club Progress. Follow the DCP Reports link, DCP by Division/Area to District 13 DCP report.