Develop and Learn

Toastmasters

Are you interested in developing your leadership potential? Do you want to network with colleagues across campus? Do you want to improve your everyday communication, public speaking skills and engage in professional development? Look no further than Toastmasters!

Toastmasters is a professional development program, where members practice their public speaking, leadership and other skills in a supportive atmosphere. There are three clubs across Washington University: a combined North Campus and West Campus club, Toast of WU; the Danforth Campus club, WUSTL Speaks; and the Medical School club, WashU MedMasters.

Join one of the three clubs today!

Toast of WU

Visit https://toastofwu.toastmastersclubs.org/ or contact Jennifer at jennifer.huck@wustl.edu for more information. Toast of WU regularly meets on West Campus in Room 350 and on North Campus in room 1676.

 

WUSTL Speaks 

Visit http://wustlspeaks.wustl.edu/ or contact Rosalind at earlyr@wustl.edu for more information. WUSTL Speaks regularly meets in Duncker Hall, Room 101.

 

WashU MedMasters meets on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays from 12:05 to 12:55 p.m. Check their website for details or contact Ariana at jasarevic_a@wustl.edu.

https://myclub.toastmastersclubs.org/member_downloads.html