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From the future of post-secondary education to the future of the Canadian race, Toronto college students will present speeches that discuss their thoughts, ideas and emotions towards the future that awaits them at VOICES 2013 Speech Competition. The intercollege public speaking competition will include participants from Centennial, George Brown and Seneca College. The competition is not only a platform for the new generation of college students to voice their concerns and hopes for the future, but an opportunity for them to get public speaking experience in a public setting.
The competition will be judged by Jeff Douglas, co-host of 'As it Happens' on CBC Radio One; president of Downtown Toronto Toastmasters Club, Bruce Hunt; Nancy Milton, a certified coach accredited by the International Coaches Federation; and president and CEO of The Lavin Agency, David Lavin.
VOICES 2013 Speech Competition
The Great Hall
1087 Queen St. WestToronto, ON.M6J 1H3.
Thursday March 28, 2013
9:15 a.m.: Media briefing and interview/photo opportunity with competitors. Breakfast will be provided by Encore Catering.
10:00 a.m.: Competition begins.
(i)Media are asked to please RSVP their attendance to Wendy Manton.
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