Your Toastmasters Journey

When you become a Toastmaster, you begin a journey of personal and professional development. As members progress through our online learning process and give evaluated talks, they discover the fear of standing up in front of others to speak dissipates and the butterflies in their stomach start to fly in formation. They also feel more confident in organizing and verbally expressing their thoughts. It’s an amazing journey.

Achieve Your Goals in a Fun, Nurturing Environment

As a Menifee Toastmaster member, you are free to explore the Toastmasters program at your own pace. Some people want to overcome the nervousness and fear that comes with first-time speaking. Others want to give better presentations in their professional work. A few even want to become professional speakers. Whatever you professional development goals may be, we will help you achieve them.

Furthermore, Toastmasters isn’t only about speaking. You will also actively participate in a variety of roles during meetings that help you develop your leadership skills and strengthen your personal relationships with other members.

Learn from Experienced Members

Our club has members from a wide variety of experience levels. Some members are speaking publicly for the very first time. Others are comfortable speaking, but have made the decision to work on polishing their speaking skills. In addition, we have a number of accomplished speakers. who have won speaking contests. What this means is that you will have always have companions to grow along with and mentors to learn from throughout your Toastmasters journey.

Become Part of a Diverse Community

People of many kinds join Menifee Toastmasters. We have business professionals and entrepreneurs (accounting, insurance, real estate, IT, medicine, high-tech, teaching, just to name a few), as well as people seeking a new career. Others want to make a difference in their family or local community. For example, some practice speaking to prepare for a family wedding, raise money for a church, or take part in local civic meetings. Regardless of your purpose for speaking, you will be treated with respect and enjoy the support of the entire club.