Toastmasters clubs in Toronto and east to Belleville are opening their doors October 15-21 to give you the chance to experience a Toastmasters meeting first hand. Visit a club to learn how the supportive, self-paced, learning-by-doing environment helps you advance your skills.
What is Toastmasters?
Toastmasters is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to building excellence in communication and leadership. Members learn by speaking to groups and working on various projects. These projects help to build critical communication and leadership competencies. Click here to find out more about us.
Members work through dynamic projects that provide real-world, transferable skills. This self-paced, proven curriculum of personal and professional development was built on four guiding principles that have been in place since Toastmasters was founded in 1924. Click here to learn more about the Toastmasters education program.
Your journey through Toastmasters will help you turn goals into realities and build self-confidence. As a new member you will receive tools to help you become a better speaker and a more confident leader. Furthermore, you will receive a monthly magazine that offers the latest insights about communication and leadership techniques. Click here to find out what the Toastmasters experience has to offer.
There are many clubs in District 60 that are open to new members. A typical Toastmasters club consists of 20 to 30 people who meet once a week for 1-2 hours. Each club has its own personality and its own flare, therefore you might want to visit a few different clubs and find the one that best fits your needs. Click here to find a list of clubs in District 60.