What we’re about
Toastmasters are about individual personal growth - with emphases on public speaking and leadership.
Toastmasters clubs are self-forming and individualistic, while retaining and respecting Toastmasters International and District 29 guidelines.
We are looking for new members who are self-motivated to find and follow their own personal growth path - in the Toastmasters framework. We are people who can make a promise and keep it. Does that sound like you? If so, you should start visiting clubs until you find first one that fits. "The first one?" Yes. After you have established yourself in your first club, you will likely find more clubs you want to join. Many of us are members of 2,3, or more clubs. It is really that much fun!
District 29's Divisions A & G consist of 22 Toastmasters clubs along the I-95 corridor from Fairfax County to Fredericksburg and east to King George. Outside of our mutual journey towards excellence, each club enjoys it's own set of strengths and style of group dynamics. Explore for free which group works best for you. Bi-annual membership dues are comparable to two self help books twice a year!
Come join our family! We are a community which provides a SAFE environment for personal growth and self development. Toastmasters Leadership Institute training is FREE within District 29 Div. A & G. We are the right place for you whether you are looking to improve your: impromptu speaking; prepared speeches and presentations; listening skills; leadership skills; team building skills and a world full of other attributes for success. Toastmaster membership has facilitated: tons of fun; personal growth; job promotions; networking base; career changes; raises at our member's work; a solid respected referral base; and jump-started many people's paid public speaking careers. Join us to unlock your potential.
District 29 is the growing, vibrant home of over 140 Toastmasters clubs and more than 2,500 members. Our District spans west of the Capital Beltway, from Leesburg to the north, to Front Royal in the west, to Fredericksburg in the south. Each of our clubs provides opportunities for personal development and success to our members as they work to achieve communication and leadership goals in safe, collaborative, and fun environments.
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- Build A Bridge ClubLink visible for attendees
NOTE: We are meeting virtually. Please join the Zoom meeting.
We are here to speak, to have fun, and to help all our members succeed. Anyone is welcome to come to visit a meeting and see what we’re all about. It’s fun and we promise we won’t put you on the spot!
- Division G - Woodbridge Toastmasters Club & Networking EventLink visible for attendees
Join Woodbridge Toastmasters Club on Zoom! Guests and first-timers are always welcomed. Fellow Toastmasters are also welcomed.
Every 1st, 3rd, and 5th Thursday
Woodbridge Toastmasters Club meetings are filled with the excitement of discovering hidden talents, making lasting relationships, and achieving personal goals. This is a self-paced informal program that is designed to allow individuals to tailor their progress through a series of manuals, which gradually increase in complexity and challenges.
If you want to learn how to be a better speaker and leader, you ought to be a member of Woodbridge Toastmasters Club!
- Division A - Mount Vernon Toastmasters ClubLink visible for attendees
Thinking of joining Toastmasters? Visit Mount Vernon Toastmasters and see how it works. We meet at 7:30 PM on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month virtually. Visit our club's website for more information: https://mountvernon.toastmastersclubs.org/
There is no need to make reservations, but you can get information from Shari Thompson, VPPR (email@example.com).
- Division A - Gribble Gatekeepers Toastmasters ClubInstitute for Water Resources (IWR) Classroom (Room A-205), Alexandria, VA
Gribble Gatekeepers Toastmasters Club meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. Guests are always welcome.
CLUB WEBSITE: http://gribblegatekeepers.toastmastersclubs.org/