a President’s Distinguished Club
Due to rainy weather, our Potluck in the Park has been postponed to 7/14/2015. If you have food prepared, thank you. You are welcome to bring it to SAR 102 instead and we will enjoy it there!
Boston Toastmasters is a community of roughly 80-100 members who are looking to improve their public speaking skills. We meet every Tuesday, unless otherwise announced. Our members include speakers at all skill levels, with beginners and intermediate skill levels making up the majority of our clubs members. We are part of the Toastmasters International organization which is a world leader in communication and leadership development.
Toastmasters’ global membership is 270,000 strong. These members improve their speaking and leadership skills by attending one of the 13,000 clubs that make up our global network of meeting locations. Membership in Boston Toastmasters is one of the greatest investments you can make in yourself. At $45 every six months, it is also one of the most cost-effective skill-building tools available anywhere. See our video presentation to learn more about Toastmasters.
Good to Know:
2015-2016 Toastmasters Year Recap:
In 2015, Toastmasters International recognized Boston Toastmasters as a President’s Distinguished Club, the highest honor a club can achieve.
Boston Toastmasters was the first community club in Eastern MA / RI to achieve President’s Distinguished Status in 2016 (2/9/16). We also achieved all 10 Distinguished Club points—”A Perfect 10″—by year-end 2016.
Toastmasters International bars those under the age of 18 from membership. While meeting content generally conforms to community standards, Toastmasters meetings are not intended for minors, and Boston Toastmasters has no control over the content of individual members’ speeches.
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