Saturday, 29 March 2008

Clubs: Daedeok Toastmasters Every Monday, 7:20 [KAIST]

Toastmasters International, a nonprofit educational organization, has been working for more than 80 years to provide for this need and help people conquer their pre-speech jitters. From one club started at the YMCA in Santa Ana, California, Toastmasters has grown to become the world’s largest organization devoted to developing people’s public and interpersonal communication skills. Since that first club was organized by Dr. Ralph C. Smedley in October 1924, nearly four million men and women have enjoyed the benefits of Toastmasters membership. A Toastmasters club is a “learn-by-doing” workshop in which men and women hone their skills in a comfortable, friendly atmosphere. A typical club has 20 to 40 members, who meet weekly or biweekly to learn and practice public speaking techniques. The average club meeting lasts approximately one hour or so. Upon joining a Toastmasters club, members progress through a series of 10 speaking assignments designed to instill a basic foundation in public speaking. Daedeok Toastmasters hold their meetings every monday in the Creative Learning Building, KAIST. All welcome.

Time: 19:20
Date: Mondays
Location: KAIST, Creative Learning Building (E11) Room 101
Photo: DT Club
Webpage: Daedeok Toastmasters

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