District Conference
Advocate for your passion!

Keynote Casey Dreier, Chief Advocate, Planetary Society

Cerritos College – Student Center
11110 Alondra Drive
Norwalk, CA

7:30am – Registration, Coffee, & Networking
8:00am – Table Topics Contest
9:15am – Break
9:30am – Keynote – Casey Dreier, Chief Advocate & Senior Space Policy Adviser
               Speaking of Space: Advocacy, Action, and Exploration
11:00am – Lunch, Recognition, C&L Award, DTM Hug Line
12:30pm – Break
12:45pm – Credentials Desk Closes
1:00pm – FREE Business Meeting
               Attend this hour session to vote your club’s conscious
for the 2018-2019 Leadership team!
2:15pm – Break
2:30pm – International Contest
4:00pm – Conference Adjourns

Join us for breakfast and lunch and pay just $50.
Attend any session for free if you bring your own lunch!

RSVP Today!

Map and parking information available here

Club Outstanding Member

Who is your club’s Outstanding member? Honor them at the District Conference by submitting their name to the District

Your members work hard to provide a supportive and positive learning environment! Distirct 100 wants to help you honor your Outstanding Member at the District conference with a pin and certificate. Let us know who they are by April 17 and they will be honored on stage! Submission form here. Need help deciding? Toastmasters has helpful criteria here.

Club Officer Magnificent 7 Awards

See your criteria here. SAA’s be certain to fill out your survey to qualify!

One day
6 Division Contests

Many thanks to Cerritos College for hosting our contests and supporting Cerritos Toastmasters Club #6778185 on campus!

Congratulations Club Coaches!

William J. HarmonPasadena Club 6
Precious CrosbyEmcee 20
Michael KunyszExcel Orators
Karen LucasWord – Spinners
Gloria MillerDCFS Club
Silvia SwigertDiverse Voices
Mauricio RodriguezPolysh’d Speakers
William StaffordSan Gabriel Speech Masters

If successful (that is, the club is Distinguished or higher) by June 30, 2020, each of these members will receive Club Coach credit and District service credit (equivalent to serving as an Area Director) toward their DTM award.

Do you want to help a club in need, expand your leadership skills, and earn credit toward your DTM? Let the District know your availability and we will match you to a club that needs your help.

How does your club measure up?

The mission of a Toastmasters club is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.

See your rank in the Distinguished Club Program here

The Distinguished Club Program measures the success of the club in fulfilling the club mission. Are you a successful club? Share your success secrets with your fellow members at our Division Council Meetings!