Ice-Breaker (Pathways) (pdf)
Great to give new members while they wait for their materials from Toastmasters. This is the official Icebreaker Project Description and Evaluation Guide from the Competent Communicator manual.
Discover hints and how-to's for tackling and taming your fear of Table Topics!
Comprehensive details about the Pathways learning experience. Includes specific details on all 10 Paths, the 5 Levels in each Path, and descriptions of over 50 Elective Projects. (66 pages)
Handy summary about preparing for Pathways. Perfect for every member of Toastmasters to learn how to login and get started. (2 pages)
Essential information about the Toastmasters journey and Toastmasters Pathways learning experience. Perfect for handing to new club members, and for anyone who wants to start the Pathways learning experience. (26 pages)
Visual overview of all 10 Paths in the Pathways learning experience and how each path maps to five core competencies. Summarizes each Path on a single page and the requirements for each of the 5 levels in each Path. (11 pages)
Advice and recommendations for all participants in a typical Toastmasters meeting to assist in running smooth meetings.
General Evaluator Script (pdf)
Outline/script to follow when filling the role of General Evaluator in a club meeting.
Handy form to use to track use of the Word of the Day, as well as use of common filler words and phrases.
Timer Tally Sheet (xls)
Handy form for Timer to track timing during a meeting.
CLUB QUALITY AND SUCCESS
Track goals and progress toward points earned in the Distinguished Club Program.
113 ideas to recruit new members, and 105 ways to retain members
Moments of Truth Chart (pdf)
Toastmasters International's Moments of Truth Chart
Overview of ways to use open houses to expose people to your club, and how to make the open house an exciting event for the attendees.
WOW Open Houses (pdf)
Learn how to develop an effective Open House to build membership for your club.
Strategies for designing social media promotions for your club.
Discover how to use Facebook to promote your members and your club.
A simple one-page step-by-step listing of how to sign up your club for Meetup.com
How to successfully use the Toastmasters Speechcraft program to teach public speaking and find new members for your club.
When asked, "How did you build your membership?" nine clubs share their strategies, tips and advise. Learn from these successful clubs in District 10.
Handy template any club Secretary can use for tracking details during club meetings
One-page checklist for the Sergeant at Arms to use before and after a meeting.
Treasurer: Job Responsibilities, PayPal Resources, and Audit and Proper Use of Funds Guidelines (pdf)
A summary of all the responsibilities of the club Treasurer, including a sample Treasurer's report, and information about conducting the annual club audit.
Blank Template a Treasurer can use to prepare a club's annual budget
Learn the top new ways to collect member dues for your club, including using PayPal and mobile devices.
Essential document for any Club Vice President of Education. Outlines what you need to do in Base Camp Manager to track and record your club members' progress in the Pathways program. (44 pages)
Slide presentation by Molly Ketcham. Covers multiple ideas for promoting your club as Vice President of Public Relations.
Vicky Nann's presentation offering methods of using public relations effectively to promote your club.
Sue Woods's handy summary of design resources for your website and other promotional channels.
Use this script when you are the chief judge at a club, area, division, or district contest. This script was revised in November 2018 and incorporates updates from the 2018-2019 Rulebook.
Use this script when you are the contest chair/contest master at a club, area, division, or district contest. This script was revised in November 2018 and incorporates updates from the 2018-2019 Rulebook.
Dignitary List 2019-2020 (pdf)
Print this form for your club, area, division, or district contest to allow dignitaries to sign in so you know who is present. Contains the names and titles of all 2019-2020 District 10 officers.
Rulebook 2019-2020 (pdf)
Your go-to reference for contest rules.
Template for creating contest program/agenda.
A list of the appointed district leaders for the 2018-2019 Toastmasters year.
Handout summarizing roles and responsibilities of Area and Division Directors for anyone interested in leadership opportunities in Toastmasters
Use this form to nominate an Area Director for "Area Director of the Year"
Use this form to nominate a Division Director for "Division Director of the Year"
Use this form to nominate any Toastmaster in District 10 for "Toastmaster of the Year"
If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
District 10 Bylaws (pdf)
Bylaws for the formation and operation of District 10.
Minutes from the spring meeting of the district council.
Minutes from the spring meeting of the DEC.
Excerpted from the Proxy and Elections Guidelines, this document presents FAQs developed by Toastmasters International to help districts conduct District Executive Council elections correctly.
Taken directly from Toastmasters.org, these guidelines spell out the approved procedure for conducting district elections. It includes FAQs that state, among other things, the maximum number of votes a member can carry (three, regardless of the number of clubs to which the Toastmaster belongs).
Use this form to assign your club's proxy to cast a ballot for the club president or club VPE at the semi-annual District Executive Council business meeting. A signature by the officer assigning the proxy is required.
A helpful list of what to look for in a future district leader.
All materials necessary to nominate yourself or another Toastmaster for a 2018-2019 District leadership role. Includes District Leader Nomination Form, Qualifications and Responsibilities descriptions for each role, and an Officer Agreement and Release Form. Submissions due by February 15, 2018.
Use this form to claim expenses incurred in the 2019-2020 Toastmasters year. It includes the mileage rate through December 31, 2020.