Queen City Toastmasters Club (QCTM) in partnership with the Union County Club (UCC) of the National Association of the Negro Business and Professional Women’s Club, Inc., (NANBPWC) will be hosting their annual open house on January 9, 2020, at the Plainfield Library, Anne Louise Davis Room, from 7-8:30pm. Learn how Toastmasters Clubs are empowering members to become more effective speakers, team members and leaders.
Toastmasters International (TMI) is a worldwide nonprofit educational organization with a network of over 16,800 clubs in 143 countries. Since being established in 1924, it has been one of the largest providers of experiential communication and leadership skills development in the world. TMI allows members the opportunity to network with members across the country and the world. TMI held its annual conference in Denver, Colorado, last year and this year Paris, France.
Our club offers a small supportive and positive learning environment. In combination with the self-paced online education program, members build self-confidence, self-awareness, learn to reduce public speaking anxiety, improve all aspects of communication, and gain a competitive advantage in the workplace. Some corporations recognize TMI awards for personal development plan credits, understandably, because of skills offered in conflict resolution, project management, and interview preparation.
Since being charted in 2017, Queen City Toastmasters Club has been a local gateway to all of what TMI has to offer. Our mission is to empower our members to be effective communicators and leaders.
QCTM meets weekly on Thursdays at duCret School of Art, from 7-8:30 pm. www.queencitytmplainfieldnj.toastmastersclub.org.
For any questions about the open house, QCTM, or more about Toastmasters International, please contact the Club President, Jill Jackson-Jones via the Queen City Toastmasters Club email, email@example.com. Follow us on Facebook: Queen City Toastmasters Club, Plainfield, NJ.
About The Union County Club of NANBPWC
The National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women’s Clubs, Inc., (NANBPWC) was founded in the spring of 1935 when the late Mrs. Ollie Chin Porter, then President of the New York Club, invited the Philadelphia and Atlantic City Business and Professional Women’s Clubs to establish a national organization.
As members of this Association, we take a great deal of pride in our impactful programs and projects in the areas of Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Technology and Service. We believe in building a strong connection between organizations and companies as part of our commitment to strengthen the NANBPWC, Inc., while striving to maintain a positive impact on our community. Through partnerships with local organizations such as Queen City Toastmasters Club, we can make a difference in the community as business and professional leaders.
The Union County Club of the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women's Clubs, Inc., was organized in October of 1972, and chartered in June 1973 at the 38th National Convention held in Buffalo, New York.
To hear more about the Union County Club of the NANBPWC, Inc, contact The Club President, Sheila R. Greenwood, firstname.lastname@example.org.