|Club 9 Professional Speakers Club
|Club 9 Professional Speakers Club meets the 4th Monday of each month, at the Marie Callendar’s Restaurant, 540 N. Euclid Ave., Anaheim, 6:30 – 8:30 PM. We specialize in longer speeches and double the evaluations. If you want to be professional or just want to sound like one. Contact Jack Nichols, DTM Club 9 Sgt at Arms by email email@example.com or call 562 335-2554 to answer any questions.
|Orange Upon a Time
|This club emphasizes storytelling. Stories can add impact to a speech. If you would like to learn how to incorporate stories into your speeches, join us at Orange Upon A Time.
|Le Gourmet is “The Toastmasters Supper Club”. This group holds its monthly meeting at a different restraurant each time. Join them for interesting meals and a chance to practice speaking under various “real world” conditions.
|Past District Governors Club
|You must be a Past District Governor to join this club as a regular member. If you are one of the current top three (District Governor, Lt. Governor Education & Training, Lt. Governor Marketing), you may join as an associate member.
|ACTS Toastmasters Club 416-F is committed to helping members to become professional speakers. ACTS also is dedicated to providing the opportunities needed to satisfy requirements for earning the Distinguished Toastmaster recognition (DTM).
|At Toastmasters, we learn-by-doing as we hone our speaking and leadership skills in a no-pressure atmosphere.We share a common goal — to improve our communication and leadership skills for personal or professional development in an atmosphere of Christian fellowship. Join us. We welcome newcomers and guests!
|Are you the proud earner of the title CC or CTM? Then you are primed for advanced speaking with Second Stage.
|Orange County Medical Association
|This club is for physicians and physician’s spouses: Become proficient at speaking and developing leadership skills. Visit OCMA’s sponsored Toastmasters Club 3773.
|TM Taboos is a forum where Toastmasters with strikingly different viewpoints, on religion, politics, and even sex, can come together and feel free to express strong opinions in an atmosphere of tolerance and respect; not necessarily for the ideas themselves, but for the speaker presenting those ideas.
|In our club, members learn by speaking to groups and working with others in a supportive environment. Our club is made up of 10 to 20 people who meet once a week for about an hour in the Buena Park library. In each meeting, we will give everyone an opportunity to practice conducting meetings, giving impromptu speeches, presenting prepared speeches, and offering constructive evaluation.
|Do you like to relive the lives of the rich, the famous, and the unsung individuals who impacted the world with their humble lives? Historically Speaking Toastmasters encourages speeches about historical people and events.
|A bilingual Toastmasters club serving the Santa Ana community. First meeting of the month is an all Spanish meeting. Speeches can be either English or Spanish. This is a great place for Spanish speakers to learn English and English speakers to learn Spanish.
|All Los Escogidos members are bilingual to some degree, and all want to improve their English communication skills through the club. Todos los miembros de Los Escogidos son bilingues hasta cierto grado y todos tienen el deseo de mejorar sus habilidades de comunicacion en Ingles a traves del club.
|The Contrarians purpose is to provide a positive, respectful and supportive forum where members can speak their minds passionately on any subject, no matter how challenging or controversial it may be, and thus enhance communication and leadership skills.
|Humor Masters is a club dedicated to increasing your LPM score – Laughs Per Minute. Discover or fine tune your own comic style in a relaxed, safe, and fun environment. Humorous “headliners” and club mentors teach members the key elements of creating and delivering humorous material, which keep their audiences awake, engaged, and laughing.
|Stand and Deliver
|Welcome to Toastmaster’s Stand and Deliver. We are located at the UC Irvine Medical Center and are open to the community.
|ToastMaster Gardeners of OC
|O.C. Project Masters
|The OCPM Toastmasters club is excited to have new members and share the great benefits the club offers. We are sure you will find this a rewarding and uplifting experience.The meetings are held on Mondays’ between 7:00 PM and 8:30 PM.
|Do you love wine? Would you like to improve your public speaking skills and build self-confidence? Vineyard Journeys is a specialty Toastmasters club for people who love and enjoy wine. Open to all new or experienced Toastmasters, this club will feature bi-monthly wine tastings with speeches and toasts. Share your knowledge and learn from others in a friendly social atmosphere.
|English as a Second Language
|English as a Second Language (ESL) Toastmasters Club # 1 was created just for you. We are dedicated people who support and encourage each other to speak better English and to become more confident in expressing ourselves.
|Our club specializes in current technology such as smartphones, the internet, computers, and gaming consoles. We cater both to tech savvy people and to beginners who want to learn more about technology. We meet on the fourth Tuesday of each month from 6:30-8:30 PM at New Horizons Computer Learning Center. We also meet on the second Saturday of each month from 8:00-10:00 AM at Tyrol Plaza Senior Clubhouse.
|As a member of BrewMeisters, we will help you increase your level of success in your career and your social life, while learning about the process of how craft beers are made. All members of the club get an insider perspective of craft beers and a chance to sample generous portions of these beers just for being a member of this club.
|Founder’s Officers Club
|You must be a Founder’s District officer to join this club as a regular member.
|Lensmasters is a Toastmasters club for amateur photographers to get together and practice the “soft skills” of presentation, communication, and leadership. Members will give presentations on subjects we are all interested in, such as photography techniques, Photoshop tips, camera equipment reviews, and interesting places to shoot. Leadership skills are also developed as members learn to organize photo walks, workshops, store visits, and contests.
|San Gabriel Valley Wine and Dine
|San Gabriel Valley Wine & Dine meets once a month on the second Tuesday at different restaurants in the San Gabriel Valley. If you are a new or experienced Toastmaster, you are welcome to join us at our dinner meetings where the atmosphere is always friendly. Please check our website for further information.