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What are you currently doing to advance your professional career and improve your personal image? Toastmasters is an organization dedicated to increasing individual competencies in communication and leadership skills development. Toastmasters International is a worldwide nonprofit educational organization with 350,000 members in 16,000 chapters located in 142 countries.

The benefits of Toastmasters in making a person the best choice in their professional career and in their personal lives through individual communication and leadership skills development.

District 12 Excellence Conference, Saturday, November 12, Riverside CA. Register here.

An Evening with Lark Doley – Free admission, RSVP here


Grow Public Speaking and Leadership Skills

If you want to become a more confident speaker or a stronger leader, we hope you will find a Toastmasters club in the area and begin your journey.

Toastmasters is a self-paced learn-by-doing program to help strengthen your communication and leadership skills. Whether you are looking to grow your presentation skills, increase your earning power, or brush up on interview skills, try visiting a club in the area. Click on the “Find A Nearby Club” link on the right side of the page. Look for a club that can accommodate your schedule, then visit a few clubs. Every club has its own culture; experiencing several will help you find one that meets your needs.

To those that are already members of District 12, congratulations for being a part of a thriving district. The Inland Empire District started 12 new clubs last year with more than 9% membership growth by sharing the benefits of Toastmasters!

Visit this site often for upcoming events and watch for changes to the site. As you see changes to this site, be sure to send the webmaster feedback. If you have any questions, please contact one of the district leaders listed under the “Contact Us” link at the top of the screen.

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