What Are Advanced Clubs?
Advanced clubs are for current Toastmasters members who want to take their speaking abilities to the next level. These clubs are designed to provide another forum for development. Advanced clubs generally have longer meetings and allow for more complex presentations. An evaluation for each speech is given by all Toastmasters and typically more in-depth. A Toastmaster must be a member of a regular club in addition to being an advanced club member.
Who Can Join?
Some advanced clubs have additional requirements to join, such as attaining a certain level of education within Toastmasters already. Contact each club for particular details.
Learn from other tenured Toastmasters members (many who have DTM and are District officers)
- Feedback for each speech is in-depth, dynamic and delivered by the group is helpful to improve your speaking more quickly and effectively.
- Learn to give better feedback
- Opportunity to deliver longer speeches (great for those working on their advanced manuals)
Advanced Clubs in District 31
AccelOrators Advanced Toastmasters Club
3rd Tuesday, 7:00 pm
Brookline Police Department, Meeting Room
350 Washington Street, Brookline, MA 02445
Advanced Access Website
Advanced Articulators of Andover
2nd Tuesday, 7:00pm; Arrive 6:30-6:50pm
Schneider Electric, 800 Federal Street, Andover, Massachusetts 01810
Please Pre-Register before visiting. Thanks.
Advanced Articulators Website
2nd Monday, 7:30 pm
Stonehill College, 16 Belmont St, South Easton, MA, 02375
Advanced Orators Website
Humor and Drama Toastmasters
1st Saturday, 10:00 am-Noon
77 Massachusetts Ave – Building 3, Room 133
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139 United States
Tel: +1 617-253-3399
Humor and Drama Toastmasters Website
Renaissance Advanced Toastmasters
1st Thursday, 7:00–9:00 pm; Arrive 6:30-6:45 pm
Whitney Place Retirement Home
(also called Salmon Health and Retirement)
5 Lyman Street, Club Room on 2nd Floor, Westboro, MA
Email: Rich Bianchi
Renaissance Advanced Website
Seven Hills Advanced Toastmasters