The Toastmasters International Club Constitution is the document our founding members signed to form the club. It has evolved over nearly 100 years to provide a framework of education, governance, and leadership for every Toastmasters club worldwide.
What’s the goal?
Every club indeed needs members, but equally, every member needs a club. And the constitution is the document that defines what the club is and does.
That is why, instead of just briefly presenting it to you in a meeting and asking only the people that happened to be present, to vote for it, I believe it is really important for every member of the club to have the appropriate time available to read and consent to it.
On this webpage, you are looking at the current version of the Toastmasters International Club Constitution (Rev. 10/2022). I highly encourage you to invest some time and go through it. But I also understand the time pressure some of you might have, so let me point out the parts in which the significant amendments for HAU Athens Toastmasters Club (pages 19/20):
Venue – can take place online, onsite, or hybrid
Meeting frequency – two meetings per month; however, the number of the meetings can increase to three meetings depending on the demand
Membership renewals fee – one-time registration or semi-annual fees can increase due to the exchange rate (please also see Registration).
What do you need to do?
The acceptance form below represents your “digital vote of consent” for this important governing document of our club.
After submitting, you will receive an email with your answers to this form and an automated email confirming your vote of consent for the HAU Athens Toastmasters – Club Constitution.
Successful clubs understand the Toastmasters International Club Constitution and follow it, whilst others choose to ignore it or, even worse, do not know it exists.
Let’s choose to be in the first category!
HAU Athens Toastmasters