Keyforce Toastmasters Club was established in June 2000 with a focus in Women’s leadership. As we broader our club – welcoming male members and young ~ professional generations, the best about Keyforce is the diversity, exciting speeches with the member’s variety of experience, professional feedbacks, and the most, the welcoming at-home atmosphere.
*Key facts about Keyforce*
Age: 20s through 80s
Member: 36 (60% female, 40% male), out of which 8 members are officers
Members’ occupation: IT, Retail, Law firm, Finance, Business owner, University professor, Researcher, NGO, Interpreter, Tour guide etc.
Please take a look at our blog to see what our meeting is like!
Toastmasters is an International, non-profit and educational organization – a place to learn communication and leadership skills through public speaking.
There are over 352,000 members in 141 countries worldwide as of March 2018.
In Japan, there are 187 Toastmasters clubs, more than 4,000 members.
- Toastmasters International http://www.toastmasters.org/
- District 76 – Japan http://www.district76.org/
If you’re interested: please visit us as a guest!!
Please send us a message through our contact form.
KeyForce Members are waiting for you!
|Schedule：||Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday, 20:00 – 22:00|
Please check out our schedule for details.
|Club fee：||Membership renewal in March and September annually.One time administrative fee: 5,000 yen
Active members – 7,500 yen / half-year
Dual members – 7,000 yen/half-year
Club Mission Statement
- We pledge to improve English ability through practicing English public speech
- We foster leadership skills
- We provide mutual support to develop communication and leadership skills for every member
- We provide an open-minded, cooperative, and inspiring environment
～Keyforce was featured on CNN English Express, September 2017～
Toastmasters was featured on CNN English Express (September 2017 edition) as a great place to brush up your English skills. Keyforce was covered on the page!