Helping Start New Clubs

What’s in it for you?

There can be a lot in it for you.

  • There is a lot of pleasure and satisfaction in carrying through a successful founding of a new club. Yes, there is work, but it is interesting and rewarding. The new members and officers are very grateful for the work you do.
  • It is a leadership role. You learn leadership skills and get the chance to practise them in a team setting.
  • You can get credit towards your Advanced Leader Award, and ultimately to your DTM – Distinguished Toastmaster – the highest Toastmaster Award.
  • No! You can’t make any money from it. We all work in a voluntary capacity. The rewards lie in learning and practising leadership skills, and the satisfaction that comes from success.

An opportunity right now

Mike Helm is planning to set up a new Toastmasters Club in Highgate. He is looking for volunteers to help him in the next few months. Mike is experienced in starting new clubs. You will find him friendly, helpful and an excellent leader.

You may already have received an email with an invitation from Mike. Give it a go. Contact Mike by email or phone him on 0419 962 394

Other opportunities in other locations

It isn’t just Highgate. We have several new clubs about to Charter and other new clubs are being planned right now – the city and in the suburbs.

If you are interested, email me on or ring me on 9457 6468.

David Nicholas

David Nicholas DTM
WA New Clubs Coordinator

2 Responses to “Helping Start New Clubs”

  1. Avatar for Dennis Dennis says:

    I really want to work on my leadership skills and this might really help. Thank you for posting this.

  2. Avatar for Mike Helm Mike Helm says:

    Dennis, would you like to help with establishing the Highgate club?

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