10 Strategies for Organizing an Online Open House for Your Club!
In this workshop you will learn:
· How to showcase the values and benefits of the Toastmasters experience
· Tips, tools, and resources available for your use
· Over 20 different ways to promote your open house
Who will benefit from this workshop? All D7 Toastmasters! We will encourage participation, collaboration, and the sharing of ideas. Please share this invite with your fellow Toastmasters and clubs. All are welcome.
REGISTER HERE! Once registered, you will receive a confirmation email with a “ticket”. Scroll down to the Additional Details section to find the zoom meeting details.
Join our live webinar! A “One-Hour Tour” to get an overview from experienced club officers — how they navigate their roles and use BaseCamp for Pathways.
Discover which role is a great fit for you!
Have you ever felt stranded when asked to be a “Club Officer?”
You want to help your club but what does it mean? What does a club officer role involve? What skills are required?
Come take a “One-Hour Tour” with experienced Tour Guides through seven Officer “Ports of Call”
- VP Membership
- VP Education
- VP of Public Relations
- Sergeant-at-Arms (and ZoomMasters)
You’ll quickly survey each officer role and how BaseCamp works in roles.
You’ll better understand and match officer roles to your strengths so you can enthusiastically lead in your club!
Follow the green Register link above to receive an email confirmation!
*This tour is Naomi Inman’s High-Performance Leadership Project (Daylighters Club 2039).
UO Toastmasters welcomes Toastmasters and guests across District 7 to join and participate in our Blackout Poetry Slam! What’s a Blackout Poetry Slam?! An informal competition where contestants read aloud a favorite poem, passage, or other piece of writing. Contestants will be evaluated on vocal tone and variety to win bragging rights. This event will take place on Zoom. Each contestant will blackout their screen (turn off their camera) and read their piece to the audience. The poem, passage, or other piece can be an original work or a piece of writing by a favorite author. Zoom link is forthcoming. The event will be held Tuesday June 2nd at 7pm. Please register with UO Toastmasters if you wish to participate.
Our Club Officer Training will be done online. Details coming soon.
Toastmasters are taught to run meetings on time, finish speeches on time and reach membership goals on time. In that spirit, “Beat the Clock” is a great motivator for finishing the year on schedule—on time and with record numbers! Make it your club’s goal to earn the “Beat the Clock” award and encourage every member to take part. Clubs adding five new, dual or reinstated members with a join date between May 1 and June 30 receive a “Beat the Clock” ribbon to display on the club’s banner. Qualifying clubs also earn a special discount code for 10-percent off their next club order. (The discount code expires six months from the date of issue and is not valid with any other offer.)
To receive $50 reimbursement from District 7, your club’s open house must be conducted by 11:59 pm on June 30, 2020. Any open house conducted after this date will not qualify for reimbursement.