Become A Member
What are the benefits of membership?
Participation in a unique and proven program for developing your communication and leadership skills.
A positive and supportive atmosphere in a community of learners.
The opportunity to find your voice while learning to tell your story with confidence.
Regular and constructive feedback from other learners as you practice organizing your thoughts and presenting them clearly.
Experience in leadership development through training and club involvement.
Unlimited opportunities for personal and professional growth.
Access to a wealth of educational materials and resources on public speaking, listening skills, meeting protocol, the use of technology in presentations, and effective communication in conferences and meetings.
A free subscription to the Toastmaster, a monthly magazine that provides insights on communication, leadership, club activities and other relevant topics.
Are you thinking about joining?
We would love to have you as a member! But we want you to feel confident about your decision.
Improving your communication skills takes work. We do understand that life can get in the way, but the more effort that you can put into it, the more that you improve.
We encourage you to visit our club more than once, before you decide to join. There is no limit on the number of times you can attend as a guest.
You may also want to visit other clubs, to see which one is the best fit for you. Different clubs have different styles, and one style may work better for you than another.
Would you like to participate, but the location or time don't work for you? Or do you want to visit other clubs? Find another Toastmasters club near you. There are clubs that meet early in the morning, in the evening, and even on weekends. Would a club closer to home be more convenient?
How do I join?
Learn about fees/dues, methods of payment, and download a new member application.
What happens after you join?
What can you expect after you've paid your new member fees?
Sometimes starting a new venture can be confusing. The transition from guest to active member can be a little unnerving. A roadmap can provide structure as you take those next steps on your Toastmasters journey.