• Pacific Rim Toastmasters - bi monthly meeting

    1818 Gilbreth Rd

    Made a resolution to improve your public speaking? Wanna practice leadership skills? Or maybe just looking for something more fun than sitting in traffic during rush hour? Come check out Pacific Rim Toastmasters and enjoy riveting prepared speeches, inspiring feedback and super fun table topics. We meet the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month. Fellowship starts at 6pm followed by a formal meeting at 6:30. Per Toastmasters International guidelines on dealing with the COVID-19 virus, all clubs are now meeting virtually. For information on how to join our online meeting, please contact either the VP of Membership vpm[masked]@toastmastersclubs.org or Public Relations vppr[masked]@toastmastersclubs.org

  • Golden Gate Toastmaster Weekly Meeting

    Online event

    Golden Gate Toast Masters (GGTM) is one of the oldest clubs in CA and the country! Our club is diverse group of individuals who create a safe and open space to better ourselves through practicing our public speaking, leadership and communication skills. Please message me and I will send you the unique meeting link for the week. Our meetings start promptly at 6 pm PT and last about 90 minutes. Every week as a different theme! We are an open club and guests are welcome.

  • Lee Emerson Bassett Toastmasters Club Meeting

    Online event

    Lee Emerson Bassett (LEB) Toastmasters club, was established in 1935 and was named after Dr. Emerson Bassett, Stanford emeritus English professor and head of Speech and Drama who was dedicated to teaching the art of communication and was a supporter of the Toastmasters program. Our members are a diverse group from all walks of life, ranging from Stanford students to high tech professionals. The environment at LEB Toastmasters is a friendly and supportive one. Members have the opportunity to develop communication and leadership skills at their own pace with the support of more advanced members. Club website: https://leb.toastmastersclubs.org

  • Foster City Toastmasters Online Meeting - GUESTS WELCOME!

    Want to improve your communication skills in a friendly, welcoming environment? Join us at our next meeting! In light of recent events, our meetings are now taking place online via the Zoom video conference app. Guests and members who RSVP will receive a Zoom link prior to the meeting. See you there!

  • Promasters Club Meeting

    Online event

    We're meeting on Zoom now! To get the Zoom link, please reach out to us at [masked]. WHO: We are a group of about 35 men and women meeting weekly since 1999 to improve each other's speaking and leadership potential in a supportive, fun, and friendly environment. We range in age from early 20's to 70+, we come from many parts of the world (some are quite exotic), and we bring unique experiences and perspectives to the group. We help each other to achieve many personal and professional goals. Our club has received the President's Distinguished Club award 7 years in a row. How do we earn it and why do we bother? It is a recognition from Toastmasters International awarded to clubs that provide the highest quality club experience to their members, both on the educational and on the leadership track. It takes careful planning, careful tracking, and the help of every member. WHEN: Every Thursday from 7:30 am - 8:30am. Early meetings are the best! We start & finish on-time and we get plenty of positive energy for the last two days of the work week. WHERE: Previously: Bovet Office Centre Conference Room Lobby Level, right-hand side, Room[masked] Bovet Road, San Mateo CA Currently: Reach out to [masked] for the Zoom link.

  • PUC(k)sters Club 3873

    Needs a location

    Visiting a club is an exciting first step in reaching your goals. There’s no need to feel pressure to participate at your first club meeting – you can simply observe if you wish. Every journey has a destination. Your journey through Toastmasters—from delivering speeches to acquiring leadership skills to mentoring others or even becoming a professional speaker—will lead to a place of experience and confidence from which you’ll turn goals into realities. And you won’t be alone. Along the way, you’ll become a part of a supportive group of people in your local area who share a common desire: to improve communication and leadership skills through practice, peer feedback and objective evaluation. You’ll also become part of a worldwide organization dedicated to supporting members and constantly improving the Toastmasters experience. If you’ve found a Toastmasters club that you’d like to attend on a regular basis, it’s time to take advantage of the benefits of membership. For the link please email at: [masked], [masked], or [masked].

  • Crownmasters ToastMasters meeting (Zoom), "American Political System"

    Please join San Francisco Toastmasters club for an hour lunch time meeting. The theme of the meeting will be the American Political System.

  • Rainbow Toastmasters

    Online event

    Rainbow Toastmasters wants to know who you are. Are you a storyteller? Do you want to give better presentations? Do you strive to be a leader/better leader? Come join San Francisco's largest LGBTQ+ club Thursdays from 6:30pm to 8pm online at https://zoom.us/j/7891821029 . Networking opportunity starts at 6pm. http://www.rainbowtoastmasters.org/ [masked]

  • A Toastmaster Wears Many Hats

    Online event

    We all wear many hats to get through the day/week…Which hat is your favorite? At Rainbow Toastmasters everyone tries on a different hat every week: speaker, evaluator, toastmaster, timer, and more. Come join us this week and wear a hat or two! Come join us Thursdays from 6:30pm to 8pm at San Francisco's only LGBTQ+ club which has been awarded top distinction from Toastmasters International. Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/7891821029 Open to the public (LGBTQ+ and their friends), Rainbow Toastmasters is one of the few LGBTQ+ speaking clubs in the world and provides a safe place for members to share their personal stories. At Rainbow Toastmasters, you will experience more topics that are relevant to the LGBTQ+ community and a celebration of cultural and sexual diversity. An example of how Rainbow Toastmasters is unique among other Toastmaster clubs is that we are also a social club and spend time outside of our meetings to get to know one another and deepen our relationships. www.rainbowtoastmasters.org [masked]

  • Online Spanish Bilingual SF Toastmasters Weekly Meeting

    420 Montgomery St

    During the Shelter in Place, we will be celebrating meetings through Zoom. You can submit your request to attend here or on our website. Join us every Thursday for this unique Toastmasters meeting in two languages! Every meeting is two meetings in one: an English segment, followed by a Spanish segment. Each segment is approximately 30-45 minutes, or 90 minutes total, adjourning promptly at 8:00pm. Each segment includes: * 1-2 prepared speeches (5-7 minutes) * Formal speech evaluations (2-3 minutes) * Impromptu speaking opportunities (Table Topics, 2-3 minutes) * Reports: Grammarian, Ah Counter, Timer (1-3 minutes) * After meetings, many of us go to a nearby restaurant for food and drinks. Learn more and request a visit at https://www.clubbilinguesf.org/visit LOCATION: Wells Fargo Museum, 420 Montgomery Street, San Francisco