Free Resources for Tracking Your Toastmasters Achievements

The Toastmasters education program can be complex to navigate, especially for new members. Your professional development opportunities extend far beyond practicing a few speeches. For instance, you may go on to experiment with many varieties of speaking opportunities, taking on leadership roles at multiple levels, and supporting your local community.

To keep track of your progress, Club Awesome and Toastmasters International offers you these free resources:

Depending on your preference, pick at least one resource to help yourself stay organized as you work to achieve your professional development goals.

Note: These materials are for members participating in the existing worldwide education program, not for the upcoming Pathways system.

Author: David F. Carr

Since I first served as Club President in 2012, I've been an area director, district social media director, and founding President of Online Presenters Toastmasters. I also run the WordPress for Toastmasters project, based on software originally developed for use at Club Awesome. Professionally, I am a writer and editor who spent years working for technology publications including InformationWeek, Baseline Magazine, and Internet World. I am the author of Social Collaboration for Dummies and have given keynote presentations at technology conferences in Berlin, Lisbon, and Stockholm. I consult on editorial and digital projects through Carr Communications Inc.

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