Members: Looking for some additional help?
These resources will help you on your Pathways Journey! How do you enter dates on meeting roles you have completed? How do you earn the Distinguished Toastmasters Designation? The answers can be found below.
Pathways Paths and Projects Catalogue
This Catalogue, created by District 57, provides a brief description of each Path as well as a description of each project in the Toastmasters Pathways Learning Experience.
Pathways Reference Guide
(A Companion Resource For Members)
The Pathways Reference Guide, created by District 69, is a companion guide to The Navigator to assist members beginning their Pathways Learning Experience for the first time, and as a useful ongoing reference for members working through Pathways.
This guide contains several resources which will enhance your understanding of how the program works and give you tools that you can use to get started.
Performing meeting roles is an important part of your Toastmasters journey. After Level 3, to go on with Level 4, you must have served as: Toastmaster, Topicsmaster (Table Topics Master) and Speech Evaluator. Members can keep track of completed meetings roles in their Pathways Account. Use this Reference Guide to learn how to record your meeting roles online.
The Distinguished Toastmaster award is the highest education award Toastmasters International bestows and recognizes both communication and leadership skills. Use this Reference Guide to find out what is involved in earning your DTM.
If you have any Pathways questions or would like to learn more, please: email our District 60 Pathways Chair