Club Officer Roles
For effective club leadership
Congratulations! You’ve been elected a club officer. The handshakes have gone around and you’ve received those pats on the back.
Now what? How do you fulfill your role as a leader of your club?
Check out the Leading the Way to Meeting Excellence flier to help you get started.
Club Officer Roles
As president, you are responsible for providing the supportive club environment members need to fulfill their self-development goals, for making sure that members benefit from the Toastmasters educational program, and that the club recruits new members and retains current ones.
Vice President Education
As vice president education, you are responsible for providing and maintaining the positive environment and the programs through which members can learn and grow. If you do your job well, your club will have satisfied members and will continue to grow.
Vice President Membership
As vice president membership, you are responsible for building membership and ensuring a strong membership base by satisfying the needs of all members. Your job is vital to the growth and success of the club.
Vice President Public Relations
As vice president public relations, you are responsible for coordinating an active public relations and publicity program. Your efforts help to attract new members. Your job is vital to the growth and success of the club; your efforts help to attract new members.
As secretary, you are responsible for keeping clear and accurate records of club business, including membership records and correspondence with Toastmasters International’s World Headquarters and others.
As treasurer, you are responsible for keeping clear and accurate financial records of club business and for seeing that the club remains financially stable.
Sergeant at Arms
As the sergeant at arms, you are responsible for maintaining club properties, arranging the meeting room and welcoming members and guests at each meeting.