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Embark on a journey of personal and professional development through Pathways, Toastmasters’ new education program! Pathways is designed to help you build the skills you need to communicate and lead. It is comprised of 10 paths that teach more than 300 unique competencies.

Getting Started

Thanks to Kateri Saumure of District 61 for this and other videos on how to get started in Pathways.  Kateri walks you through, step by step, on how to use Pathways so you can receive the greatest benefits from the Toastmasters education program.

BaseCamp Manager Basics


Pathways Icebreaker

Curious what the learning program looks like?
See the Icebreaker module here


Pathways Questions?

Toastmasters Pathways Journey

Andy’s Top 10 Pathways Pages (PowerPoint)
Andy’s Top 10 Pathways Pages (List with links)
By Andy Nakamura

Member Progress Spreadsheet Download


Paths and Projects

Interactive Paths and Projects website from District 4

Downloadable PDF of Paths and Projects from District 57


As you progress through Pathways, you will:

  • Practice and improve your communication and leadership skills.
  • Give speeches in your club based on assignments in Pathways.
  • Challenge yourself to build and refine certain competencies and skills.
  • Complete a range of projects that include persuasive speaking, motivating others, creating a podcast and leading a group in a difficult situation.

Develop real-world, transferable skills in many different areas through Pathways—communication, leadership, management, strategic planning, service to others, public speaking and more.

Read the full article published in June 2017 Toastmasters International Magazine

Toastmaster International Resources:

Finished a path and want to go back to review?

To access the path you will need to select the completed page.  By default, the player shows only active

Active vs Completed

Want a Pathways Wall Chart to
track your members’ progress?  

Call Toastmasters International, Supply Orders
+1 720-439-5050 6 a.m.–7 p.m. Mountain Time, Monday–Friday.
Ask for Item 821, Pathways Achievement Chart.