Club & Individual

Recognizing Individual Sponsorship

If you have helped promote and sponsor new members to join your club, you have made a significant contribution to our membership growth and deserve recognition.

Sponsor five or more members within one program year to qualify for the following rewards:

  • a unique blue pin for 5 members,
  • a unique burgundy pin for 10 members, and
  • a special discount code for 25% off your next product purchase from the Toastmasters Online Store for sponsoring 15 new members.

To receive credit as a sponsor, your name and home club number must appear on the new membership application. To avoid any confusion or issues, we ask that you please print or type all information legibly. Please note that once the applications are received by World Headquarters, no changes can be made. Transfer and charter members do not count for credit, but new, dual, and reinstated members do. The new members’ join dates must fall between July to June. All applications and payments must be received at World Headquarters no later than June 30.

You can review your awarded Individual Sponsorships by logging into My Home and selecting Achievement Board – Individual Sponsorship History. For more information about our membership-building program, please visit our website at Toastmasters International -membership-building-program-for-individuals. The program dates run from July 1 to June 30 of the following year.

Celebrate Your Members’ Achievements with Pathway Enrollment Recognition

Are you looking to enhance your Toastmasters Club members’ education? Pathways is your solution to success!
Clubs that achieve 100% Pathways enrollment by March 31st, 2024, will be recognized at the District 42 Conference in Regina, which will be held from May 3-5, 2024.
Join in on the movement, embrace the Pathways experience, and celebrate your success together with the members of your club!
If you require assistance enrolling in Pathways, join the Monthly Pathways Orientation; register on the Events Calendar on Toastmasters District 42’s official website.

Encouraging Full Club Officer Attendance at Leadership Training

At our organization, we strive for all club officers to attend leadership training to better serve their club members. In the past, over 60% of officers have attended training hosted by District 42. This year, we hope to improve that number by having all club officers attend training by February 29th, 2024. If every club officer attends, the club will receive the 7 out of 7 Award along with a $25 gift certificate.

So far, five clubs have already achieved the 7 out of 7 Award:

Club Officer Training Round 2 Training Opportunities:

As a club officer, it is expected that you attend training twice a year to ensure you are up to date with the latest techniques and practices. If you hold more than one role, please plan to attend multiple Club Officer Training (COT) sessions.

Here is a compiled list of COT sessions taking place in February. Please note that you will need to confirm the time zone for each session and that they will be held online.

  • Thursday, February 1, hosted by D78 at 5:30 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada) – Register HERE in advance for this meeting. 
  • Saturday, February 3, hosted by D6 and D106 in the morning from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM – Register in advance for each meeting:
  • Tuesday, February 6, hosted by D99 in the evening – Register in advance for this meeting: LINK
  • Monday, February 12, hosted by D22 in the evening from 6 PM to 9 PM – Register in advance for this meeting: LINK
  • Thursday, February 15, hosted by D106 in the evening from 6 PM to 9 PM – Register in advance for this meeting: REGISTRATION
  • Tuesday, February 20, hosted by D106 in the evening from 5 PM to 8 PM – Register in advance for this meeting: REGISTRATION

Daisy Wei, DTM
D42 Program Quality Director

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