Is Your Club Feeling LUCKY?
Successful clubs have trained officers. Each club that has ALL 7 club officers trained before August 31 will receive $75 credit from D4TM.
Early Achievers is Back!
Raise the Bar in your club. Help it achieve 5 or more distinguished club program points by October 31.
In celebration of becoming an early achiever, District 4 will honor you with $100 district credit!
Toastmasters Leadership Institute
Saturday July 19th - 8:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Club Officer Training and Valuable Education Sessions
7:45 AM Registration, Full Breakfast, Networking
8:30 AM Keynote and Officer Role Training
10:45 AM Educational Sessions
12:30 PM Adjourn
$15 with pre-registration
Biltmore Hotel 2151 Laurelwood Road, Santa Clara 95054
See Club Officer Training Schedule for other trainings.
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Celebrate District 4's accomplishments at the Leadership Luncheon including a roast of our Immediate Past District Governor, Rita Barber!
District 4 Select Distinguished!
Congratulations Members of District 4! We are completing this year as a Select Distinguished District. I do hope you'll join me to celebrate our success on July 19th at the Leadership Luncheon. I'd like to connect with you in person and hear how your year has been for you.
- Rita Barber, District 4 Governor 2013-2014
District 4 - All Around Distinguished
40 Distinguished Clubs
31 Select Distinguished Clubs
72 Presidents Distinguished Clubs
8 Distinguished Areas
3 Select Distinguished Areas
15 Presidents Distinguished Areas
7 of 8 Divisions Presidents Distinguished
Check the District 4 Performance Report for your club, area and division.
Descriptions about various elements of Toastmasters such as what to expect in a club meeting…
Information that is specific to District 4 such as officer contacts, club division-area assignment and marketing programs…
Special club events, officer training, speech contests and other District 4 events…
Information about finding and joining, starting a new or expanding an existing Toastmasters club…
Information about the different communication and leadership education materials available…
Resources for clubs and club officers such as administration, promotion and increasing membership…
News about District 4 along with recurring items such as Bay to Bay program and the FOURcaster newsletter.…
Club mentors are key to helping new clubs become strong, successful, quality clubs. A Club Mentor steps in to help a new club learn best-practices to become a strong club. As a Club Mentor, you not only guide a club but you yourself will become a stronger leader and build your own self-confidence.
The Club Ambassador Program (or better known as CAP) is a dynamic program that offers benefits for all those involved- the ambassadors who visit clubs, the clubs that are visited, the home clubs of the ambassadors, and our District as a whole.
Club coaching is an exciting opportunity to expand your Membership Experience.
What does a Club Coach do?
- Provides revitalized energy to a club with 12 or fewer members
- Offers tips and feedback on building membership and creating quality meetings