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“I stay in Toastmasters because of the people and educational value! Warm, supportive, fun-loving and inspiring describe West Seattle Toastmasters Club #832.”


Member Resources

Toastmasters Meeting Roles

Each Toastmasters meeting offers members a variety of opportunities to practice speaking and leadership skills. Learn more about the roles that are available in each Toastmasters meeting:

Virtual Meeting Tools

Getting Started with Pathways

Pathways is the Toastmasters program to help you build the competencies you need to communicate and lead. Whether you are new to Toastmasters or a seasoned member, these resources will help you get started on the Pathways journey of personal and professional development.

  • Pathways Overview – Start, plan, and track your Pathways journey! Find answers to questions such as, “What is Pathways?” “How do I access Pathways?” and “What educational paths are available to me?”

  • The Navigator – Essential to new members and members new to Pathways. This is your guide through the Pathways journey.

  • Pathways FAQs Great information, particularly the question: How will I know which path is right for me? Click on the link in the answer to see a detailed description of each path.

  • Pathways: How To Pick a Path – A short video that breaks down the paths into four leadership groups so you can find the best option to fit your speaking and leadership goals.

  • Pathways Level Completion Checklist – Download and print this handy PDF to track your progress through the 5 levels of any Pathway.

  • Paths and Projects - Another useful and easy way to see project descriptions in all the Paths from our friends in
    District 4. 

  • Path to Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) – Motivated to achieve the highest educational award offered by Toastmasters? DTM is a rewarding experience to get the most out of your Toastmasters journey.

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