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Come and share your experience as a Club Ambassador!

Submit Report!

July 1, 2017

An exciting time is starting up for the District 4! We are starting a new Toastmasters Year with new leaders, new goals and new educational and leadership opportunities.

We will also continue our Club Ambassadors Program for the 2017-2018 year. But before we do so, we would recognize all the members who have been Club Ambassadors for this past year,

As of June 30, the Club Ambassador Hall of Fame consists of

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Blue: 3 - 9 Visits
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Silver: 10 - 19 Visits
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Gold: 20 - 39 Visits
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Platinum: 40+ Visits

Christina Tai (3)
Dennis Chase (3)
Janice Hom (3)
Kylie Baker (4)
Matthew Lim (5)
Vic Colburn (4)

Scott Brown (15)

Janice Hom (33)
Stefanie Chow (31)
  

Fewer than 3 Visits:

Aubrey Carrier, Katherine Pratt and Zonker Harris

In addition, our ambassadors visited sixty plus clubs were visited during this year.

If you want to be a Club Ambassador, all you need to do is to visit any club outside of your own and observe what this club is doing well, what you would like to bring back to your club and what the club can improve. Right after you do your visit, just record it by going to d4tm.org/club-ambassador-program. On that page, hit the link “Submit Report” and a form will appear.

 

What ideas are Ambassadors taking back to their own club? 

What ideas are Ambassadors taking back to their own club?

  • All aspects of the meeting were timed--not just the Speeches, Table Topics, and Evaluations.
  • Movement: when time for tale topics, the whole group moved around the room to get creative.
  • On the day's agenda the VP of Education notes the individuals signed up for functionary roles for the following week. This keeps members engaged and/or committed (unless they notify officers) to attend for sure.”
  • "Guest" place cards that help membership vice president and the other officers greet and chat with the visitors about Toastmasters
  • Members weren't afraid to do extra duty (i.e. multiple roles) when called upon.

  Thank you for your interest. All you need to do to visit any club outside of your own and observe what this club doing well, what you would like to bring back to your club and what the club can improve.

How to find a club to visit - go to d4tm.org and visit "find a club" and locate clubs that fit into your schedule. What I like to do is to write to the club you wish to visit and let them you wish to visit them. This way, you can make sure they are meeting that scheduled date and site.

After you did your visit, just record it by going to d4tm.org, club ambassador program and on that page, hit the link "submit report, and a form would appear.

Hope to see your name here soon,
Janice Hom
Club Ambassador Program Coordinator