Advance & Conquer provides a fun, supportive atmosphere for members to work on advanced manual projects, as well as for those who would like the opportunity to work with and obtain evaluations from experienced Toastmasters. Our meetings allow for the longer projects and may be themed to support members working from the same manuals. Members include current and past district leaders and contest winners. Visitors are always welcome. Come and visit us soon.
Chat & Chew (Division F, Area 66)
Various restaurants around District 36
First Saturday of every month from 7:00 to 9:00 PM
The meeting is conducted during the dinner. We have the distinction of having members who have competed in all four of the Toastmasters International speech contests at the District level, and include current and past high ranking Toastmasters officers at both the District and the International level. The food is good and the speeches are great, so come join us at our next meeting.
DC Advanced Speakers is an Advanced club, specializing in evaluations. The club has knowledgeable evaluators with many years of experience to suggest improvements. Our meetings are structured so as to allow time for the longer Advanced Manual speeches. Visitors are welcome to give speeches if they need to meet a goal. Come and visit DC Advanced Speakers Club.
Are you ready to meet the challenge of speaking with the distractions of a restaurant? Ready for evaluations that reflect your experience as a speaker? Unsure of how to use the advanced manuals to your best advantage? Stymied by the HPL requirement for your DTM? Then Great Seneca Power Talkers is for you. We feature round-robin evaluations for every speaker in addition to regular speech evaluations. Our members are committed to helping each other achieve their goals. Fun, food, and friends while perfecting our skills--what a great way to spend 2 hours a month
Do you want to take your speaking skills to the next level? Are you looking for a new challenge? We specialize in evaluations and round robin evaluations for every speaker. We take pride in the quality of our evaluations and the number of Division and District contest winners who are members. We are not for everybody, but we are the club for those who want to “step it up”. If you want to have fun while improving your speaking skill, give us a try.
NTL (Never Too Late) Advanced (Division D, Area 44)
This advanced club specializes in providing evaluations that lead to measurable growth in your speaking and leadership skills. Our members include many current and previous district leaders. Besides the usual speeches, each meeting includes a discussion of general Toastmaster topics to share ideas and to suggest new ways to improve club meetings or other Toastmaster activities. In the past year, we have expanded publicity through the 2009-2010 Monthly Tour T-shirts and other outreach activities. If you want to learn how to be a better Toastmaster, it's Never Too Late to Take Flight to our club meeting.
Voices of Distinction (Division B, Area 25)
FDIC Building, 550 17th Street NW, Washington, DC
First and third Monday of every month from noon to 1:00 PM
Susan Randall, 202-898-6928
Earned a CTM or CC
We are an advanced club consisting of diverse members with DTM designations as well as just earned CCs. We emphasize a warm, friendly, and supportive environment for continuing our Toastmasters education which also includes service to the District.
Do Tell (Division F, Area 62)
Marvin Memorial Church, 33 University Blvd East, Silver Spring, MD
Our club focuses on service to the Districts such as participation as trainers for all our officers' training programs. Our Members are encouraged to present manual and advanced manual speeches for evaluation and credit. Each meeting has refreshments to encourage social time, as well as to help the club have "fun" yet educational meetings.
Giddeeup Governors (Division C, Area 35)
Various locations within District 36
Third Saturday of each at 2pm; check website or send an email for details
Current and former Area and Division Governors and Club Presidents and Vice Presidents of Education (any District)
Giddeeup Governors provides a forum for current and past district leaders, particularly current and former Area and Division Governors and Club Presidents and Vice Presidents of Education, to share their ideas and experience to solve problems and develop new approaches to helping members, clubs and the District succeed. The club focuses on building and enhancing the leadership skills of its members. Through their speeches, members develop presentations and ideas district leaders can use to help clubs, areas and divisions meet their goals.
This club specializes in humorous speeches and helping members learn to be funny. The meetings include humor tips with discussions, and evaluations include critiques of the humor in the speech as well as suggestions on how to make the items funnier. If you want to enhance your speeches with humor and add humor to your life, check us out.
Jim Whitney (Division D, Area 45)
St Phillip's Episcopal Church, 522 Main Street, Laurel, MD. The club uses Wyatt Hall. The entrance is up the stairs, directly across from the PNC Bank parking lot. Notify the club if accessible entrance directions are needed.
Anyone who knew Jim Whitney knows he was all about the members. It didn’t matter if you were a potential member, a new member or a seasoned member, he was ready to help you in any way he could. This club was chartered as a tribute to him and includes members who are dedicated to his memory, knowledgeable about membership recruitment and retention, and the Toastmasters program. Come and join us for continued service, support and developing your success as a better communicator and leader.
Oradores en Espanol (Division E, Area 55)
Conference Room, National Library of Medicine, 6707 Democracy Blvd, Ste 105 Bethesda, MD
Second and fourth Tuesday of every month from 6:05 to 7:05 PM
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