Club Officer Resources

Resources for Club Officers

This page is in two sections – what Toastmasters believe every officer needs to know, and what District 112 believes each officer needs in addition.

Recommendations from Toastmasters International

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Your hub for conducting online business, including:

  • New, dual, and reinstated membership application submissions
  • Membership dues and fee payments
  • Education award submissions
  • Updates to club information (meeting location, time, email address)
  • Club financial information from the last two years
  • Administrative and historical club reports

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Watch D112’s 10 minute summary of main points (highly recommended)

An easy-to-use guide with chapters detailing club governance, leadership roles, and more.

Review the handbook

This manual explains the Distinguished Club Program, provides guidelines for club success and “how to” become a Distinguished Club.

Read the program manual

Review the Club Success Plan

Completed Club Success Plans can now be uploaded in Club Central by any of the club officers.

Speech contest rules for the International, Evaluation, Humorous, Table Topics, Tall Tales, and Video Speech Contests.

Review the rulebook

Additional tools and information to assist you in your role.

Go to the Club Officer Tools page

A reference guide to assist with handling potential policy violations discreetly and promptly. This guide covers the most common questions with regards to the club, District, and international levels.

Review the guide

Be on the lookout for the Leader Letter, our monthly newsletter with important information, including updated materials, deadlines, reminders, announcements, and more to help you in your new role. As a leader, you will get this information first, so make sure to pass it along to the rest of your club members! Each month’s edition will be emailed to you, and can be found on the Leader Letter webpage

Recommendations From District 112

The following resources are currently available for Club Officers:

Watch D112’s 10 minute summary of main points (highly recommended)

Also this 14 minute summary of Officer Roles presented by Ben Ross (Division O Director, 2021-2022)

Check out our PR Folder – infographics from Warren, tips and tricks, and more!

You’ve read in your Club Leadership Handbook that you’ll need to give some financial reports to your club. You may find this report template useful. Be prepared to answer the occasional question about the make-up of items in the report.

With any report, its a good idea to 

  • Move the report be received
  • Open the contents for discussion
  • Move the report be accepted

Not sure what’s covered in an Executive meeting? Try this meeting template, which covers the main points. You can change as needed to better reflect your club.