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Congratulations to Jasmine Huang and Mary Clemens, the winners of our Humorous Speech and Table Topics contests today! They will move on to the Area Contest on September 16.
Mary Clemens and Marcia Mannen were both able to throw their hats in the air this spring after graduating from the Master of Liberal Arts and the Master of Project Management Programs respectively. “I wanted to get my master’s right after college, but I got married right away and then had a baby right after Read more ➡
Starting July 1, the club will have new club officers. Here they talk about their new role and share a favorite Toastmasters moment from years past! President: John Richards II “I see my primary role as a bit of a cheerleader. One of my goals is to a create a more collaborative environment for all Read more ➡
The second annual Talk Soon Speech Showcase took place on May 23rd as part of Wash U’s Staff Day events. Troy DeArmitt, member of WUSTL Speaks and founder of the Talk Soon Speech Showcase, explained that “the staff day showcase had to happen. Too many good things were taking place in the weekly meetings to Read more ➡
The university will receive a corporate recognition award from Toastmasters International on November 12, 2015 at 10 am in Olin Library. Read on for more details about this award.
Henry Biggs spoke about swimming around the island of Manhattan to raise money for mentoring programs in the Ferguson, MO area. Watch the video
District 8 is hosting a membership drive that lasts through October 31. The club must add at least 3 new members. The three clubs in the district that have the greatest net growth during this time will win prizes. 1st place $100 gift certificate to Toastmasters International Plaque or trophy for club 2nd place $50 Read more ➡
Our club is in the middle of a membership drive and we’re trying to win the coveted Smedley Award. We must recruit FIVE new members by the end of September to win. We’ve already got one! Can we get four more? Free Lunch The club also set a goal to earn 100 points during the two month Read more ➡
Step up and be a mentor! Rosalind and Josh were recently asked to mentor a new gavel club that is part of Connections to Success. Connections to Success is a nonprofit that helps people find jobs. It is especially focused on helping the long-term unemployed, recently released convicts, and those experiencing multi-generational poverty. Check out Read more ➡