Officers Training Program – July’13
for
Vice President – Public Relations
(VP-PR)
The Goodwill Ambassador
The vice president public relations is the fourth ranking club officer
and is responsible for deve...
VPPR’s Responsibilities
• Publicize the Club
• Keep Club Website Current
• Safeguard the Toastmasters Brand
Duties
• Writing news releases
• Creating and distributing fliers
• Maintaining the club’s presence at various key
places ...
Checklist
• Before Club Meetings
1) Verify that the club’s themes, meeting times, and
location are current for the followi...
Checklist
• During Club Meetings
1) Distribute promotional materials to members for
distribution at their workplace, schoo...
Vice President Public Relations Resources
• Let the World Know (Item 1140)
www.toastmasters.org/let_world_know
• M/PR News...
Stay energetic, Stay enthusiastic
its contagious
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  1. 1. Officers Training Program – July’13 for Vice President – Public Relations (VP-PR)
  2. 2. The Goodwill Ambassador The vice president public relations is the fourth ranking club officer and is responsible for developing and directing a publicity program that informs individual members and the general public about Toastmasters International. The vice president public relations chairs the public relations committee.
  3. 3. VPPR’s Responsibilities • Publicize the Club • Keep Club Website Current • Safeguard the Toastmasters Brand
  4. 4. Duties • Writing news releases • Creating and distributing fliers • Maintaining the club’s presence at various key places on the Web and in the community. • Stay current on all new developments via the Leader Letter, M/PR Newsletter, and the announcements published on the Toastmasters website and social media sites
  5. 5. Checklist • Before Club Meetings 1) Verify that the club’s themes, meeting times, and location are current for the following week. 2) Order promotional materials for distribution by members.
  6. 6. Checklist • During Club Meetings 1) Distribute promotional materials to members for distribution at their workplace, school, etc. 2) Report the results of public relations efforts, bringing newspaper clippings, printouts, and so on to share with the club. 3) Announce the commencement of public relations campaigns. 4) Solicit volunteers who may receive credit toward their Competent Leader award for lending a hand.
  7. 7. Vice President Public Relations Resources • Let the World Know (Item 1140) www.toastmasters.org/let_world_know • M/PR Newsletter www.toastmasters.org/mprnewsletter • Media Center http://mediacenter.toastmasters.org • PR Corner www.toastmasters.org/prcorner • All About Toastmasters (Item 124) www.toastmasters.org/124 • Distinguished Club Program and • Club Success Plan (Item 1111) www.toastmasters.org/1111 • Brand Portal www.toastmasters.org/brandportal
  8. 8. Stay energetic, Stay enthusiastic its contagious

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