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George Burton Toastmasters Club 6022

George Burton Toastmasters Club 6022

We are one of Toastmasters Internationals' 13,500 clubs around the world in 116 countries. We are a non-profit group. We meet on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Tuesdays of the month 10:00am-12:00 pm at Northwood Center's Penthouse on Northwood Terrace, Halifax, NS. We are the world's 1st and only seniors Toastmasters Club and are looking to promoting ourselves to fellow seniors and interested parties in HRM (Halifax NS).

We welcome all age groups, believing seniors and our youth can grow and benefit from their life experiences and talents.

We believe learning and personal growth is a life-long journey. Our members learn through the Toastmasters communications and leadership programs. Members support each other taking on meeting roles, writing, presenting and providing feedback to members on their presentations and learning experiences. Each member is assigned a mentor and works with them to achieve personal growth and build their communications skills.

If you are interested in starting a club in your corner of our world please contact us. We would be happy to help you succeed.

Keywords: Seniors , Education and Literacy



George Burton Toastmasters Club 6022
2615 Northwood Terrace, Northwood Living Center, Penthouse, Halifax, NS B3K 3S5

George Burton Toastmasters Club 6022 url http://6022.toastmastersclubs.org/

George Burton Toastmasters Club 6022 Phone Number 902-864-9683

George Burton Toastmasters Club 6022 Email address wchturner@live.ca



Volunteer Information for George Burton Toastmasters Club 6022

What services does your organization provide?
We provide a positive environment that supports personal growth of communications and organizational skills. We share our talents willingly and encourage-support the unique skills and talents of our members-guest-visitors. Our meetings provide a regular scheduled event where personal growth is achieved-encouraged and friendships discovered-nurtured.


Do you have any age requirements?
The minimum age is 18 for individuals opting to join our club. Younger individuals are welcome when accompanied by a parent, guardian.


Do you require language proficiency other than in English?
No


What time commitment(s) are you expecting from a volunteer?
Time commitments are the member-guest-visitor's call. Various meeting roles require preparation time and effort. Mentors are assigned and all willingly offer to help individuals on their journeys of personal growth and development of communications skills and new friendships.


Are there any other requirements for being a volunteer?
Once a guest-visitor has attended scheduled meetings they can opt to become club members and experience the benefits available in the Toastmasters International communications and leadership programs. Membership is optional-not forced. Guests are always welcomed warmly to our meetings. A small membership fee helps cover our club's administrative expenses.


Are there any specific skills and experience required?
A willingness to share one's skills-talents and encourage others to set, achieve personal goals and build their self confidence.


What type of volunteer positions are typically available?
Taking on meeting roles. Develop storytelling, speech writing skills and learn the skills that will help them working in various volunteer committees and groups. Skills that will make their volunteer experiences and contributions achieve greater success, make committee meetings more productive, through developed organizational skills and knowledge.


Do you provide training for volunteers?
Through active participation members-attendees develop their communications and leadership skills, build strong self confidence and discover new friendships.


What are the typical volunteer activities occurring at your organization?
Attending meetings on a regular basis. Volunteer to take on meeting roles and work towards completing the varied communications-leadership programs available through Toastmasters International.


How will a person benefit from volunteering with George Burton Toastmasters Club 6022?
They will develop stronger organizational and communications skills, meet individuals from various backgrounds willing to help them set and achieve personal goals.


Do you accept high school students?
We would prefer to work through their school and propose the set up and presentation of a Toastmasters International 'Youth Leadership Program', that helps our youth develop organizational and communications skills-talents.




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