Getting a DTM in Pathways
THE PATH TO DTM
The Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) award represents the highest level of educational achievement in Toastmasters. The requirements to achieve a DTM with Pathways are mentioned below and are also shown on an infographic.
To earn the DTM in Pathways, you are required to:
• Complete two learning paths.
• Serve as a club officer for 12 months and participate in a district-sponsored club officer training program. (If your club has six-month terms for officers, you can fulfill this requirement by serving as a club officer twice, but you don’t have to do it in consecutive terms.)
• Serve a complete one-year term as a district officer.
• Serve successfully as a club mentor (new club) or coach.
• Serve successfully as a club sponsor (new club) or conduct a Speechcraft or Youth Leadership program.
• Complete the DTM project. (Members are required to create and implement a project of their own design, in which they demonstrate the skills and expertise they have gained.)
Pathways DTM Application can be found here
The Road to Distinguished Toastmaster
Journey beyond being proficient and receive the Distinguished Toastmaster award (DTM). This is the highest individual honor you can achieve in Pathways. The following image shows the road to achieving this educational distinction through Pathways.