Fall Conference: Call for Presenters

Rhythm's Gonna Getcha

Are you ready to ROCK District 84’s Educational Sessions at our Fall Conference?

We’re looking to audition educational proposals to fill twelve slots to show that D84’s Got Talent!

If you’ve got a message filled with JAZZ…Toastmaster’s “Jazz”, that is…Presentations must address Toastmasters values (communication, leadership, professional image, etc.);

If you can teach someone how to reach into their SOUL…Finding that voice, commanding the stage, write from the heart, take on a leadership role;

If you’ve overcome the BLUES…and can teach others how to avoid them…;

Throw some SALSA into your meetings, deal with confrontations, overcome stress;

Then the stage is set for… YOU!


Exposure to hundreds of conference attendees, who represent most major corporations in Central and Northern Florida.

Bring business cards, books, materials, etc. (brief opportunity for sales at back of room after your session)

Don’t forget to get an Ad in the Conference book to promote your session and be remembered!


Check the D84 website for details!

An opportunity to make a difference in many people’s lives.
You’ll totally ROCK!


Educational sessions are typically 50 minutes long and will be presented on the morning of Saturday, November 21st.

We’ll need to review an outline of your presentation and handouts.

Okay, Rock Star, what can we do to accommodate your session? Need a projector? Flip chart? Easel? Just ask. Sorry, we don’t supply computers or remote “clickers.”

If you haven’t already attended a Toastmasters “Train the Trainer”session (required), just let us know and we’ll hook you up with the next brief webinar.


ABC, it’s easy as 123, do re mi, that’s how easy signing up can be…Follow this link and remember to click “SUBMIT” when your done!

So let’s RAP this up and get on board now! But hey, if you miss out on this, we may need to write a Country/Western song about it. So…it’s all good!

If you have questions, please contact the District 84 Education Chair, Scott “Cooper” Hoehn, DTM, PDG.


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