The District 36 newsletter is published to provide helpful information, updates, and resources to Toastmasters throughout the DC metro area. Newsletters are usually posted to the website and can be downloaded to have as a hard copy to share.
Any Toastmaster is welcome to submit articles, information, or suggestions to the District 36 Public Relations team at email@example.com.
We are looking for:
Personal stories about how Toastmasters has made a difference in your life
Success stories about Toastmasters and their accomplishments, both in Toastmasters and in their communities
News and events from Toastmasters clubs around the state
Best practices and tips from successful clubs
Skill based articles that fellow Toastmasters can use to improve their communication and leadership skills
Other – Your ideas are welcome! Be creative!
Guidelines for Submissions:
Articles should be between 125-175 words in length or 300-400 words in length.
All articles must be typed and submitted soft copy in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher, or text-based email.
All articles must be submitted by the deadline, unless a specific extension has been granted by the newsletter publishing team.
All photos must be submitted soft copy including recommended captions and correct identification of everyone in the photo.
Author’s name, credentials (CC, CL, etc.) and club must be submitted with the article.
Author must include contact information for questions from the newsletter publishing team. Remember that submission does not guarantee inclusion in the newsletter. All editing and publishing decisions are based on the sole discretion of the newsletter editing team and District 36 Public Relations team.
We are recruiting District Reporters for EACH Division. The Reporter will share Division success stories and interviews, and send them to the PRO team for article submissions (newsletter) and social network sites.
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