The Pathways Experience has been challenging for many Toastmasters and educating our members has been slow but we are getting there with all the help from our District Leaders like Mikael Gatje our Pathways Chair. Visit his page and find out more about helpful Webinars and links to Toastmasters International educational material. Many of us are waiting for our big poster to display at our clubs to help educate our pathway members achieve goals towards their club's distinguished club program. The information below will help you reach your personal goals intern achieving your club's goals to reaching those Distiguished awards.

Distinguished Club Program

The Distinguished Club Program (DCP) is an annual award program recognizing clubs that provide an outstanding member experience. You play a vital role in your club’s participation in the DCP through your participations and achievements. There are six educational DCP goals you and members of your club can fulfill: You and the members of your club can get 6 points for your Education achievements through any of the following:

Education

  • Two Competent Communicator (CC) awards
  • Two additional Competent Communicator (CC) awards
  • One Advanced Communicator Awards (ACB, ACS, ACG)
  • One additional Advanced Communicator Awards (ACB, ACS, ACG)
  • One Leadership awards (CL, ALB, ALS) or Distinguished Toastmaster Award (DTM)
  • One additional CL, ALB, ALS or DTM - award
  • Four Pathways Level 1 awards
  • Two Pathways Level 2 awards
  • Two additional Pathways Level 2 awards
  • Two Pathways Level 3 awards
  • One Pathways Level 4 award
  • One Pathways Level 5 award

All Pathways Education awards must be submitted both in Basecamp and in Club Central

DTM

  • Why stop at one path? Journey beyond being proficient and receive the Distinguished Toastmaster award (DTM). This is the highest individual level of educational achievement  honor you can achieve in Pathways. Earn your DTM through Pathways when you fulfill the following requirements:
  • Complete two learning Paths
  • Serve as club officer for 12 months and participate in a District-Sponsored Club Officers Training program
  • Serve a complete one-year term as a district officer
  • Serve successfully as a club mentor or coach
  • Serve Successfully as a Club sponsor or conduct Speechcraft or Youth Leadership program
  • Complete a DTM-project

Toastmasters International Values:  Respect • Integrity • Service • Excellence
Our Principles:  Lead By Example • Work / Play as a Team 

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