What is Toastmasters? How does Toastmasters work?
Toastmasters is an organization dedicated to helping its members develop their public speaking and leadership abilities in a friendly, supportive and entertaining forum. Toastmasters is a great opportunity for speakers of all levels to become more effective at communication. Whether you are looking for an introduction to public speaking, wishing to refresh your skills, or an experienced speaker wanting to stay sharp and share your knowledge with others, we would like to invite you to join us.
Becoming a member of Toastmasters means you have the opportunity to participate in projects that build your Communication and Leadership abilities. The programs are self paced and may be completed separately or concurrently, and projects build on one another helping members become more proficient while remaining challenging. Along the way you will benefit from supportive and constructive feedback from other members of your group. How much you choose to challenge yourself and how fast you progress through the programs are up to you.
We meet every Monday evening at 7 pm in the Leeds School of Business on the University of Colorado main campus in Boulder. Enter from the West, turn left and find us in room 203.
Meetings last from 1 hour to 1 hour 15 minutes depending on the number and length of speeches.
To find us, park at the University of Colorado Department of Public Safety Building located at 1050 Regent Drive.
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