An introductory public speaking program specifically for kids in grades 3-5 covering the following areas:
Classes designed specifically for tweens (middle school) and teens (high school) held in a two-hour, single session format:
An introductory class for teens covering the basics of public speaking. Class focuses on: topic selection, audience connection, speech organization and delivery. Ideal for students who have never taken a public speaking class or those seeking additional instruction.
An intermediate-level class for students who seek additional guidance on their public speaking technique. Class focuses on: speech organization, advanced delivery techniques, use of visual aids and responding to questions.
An intermediate-level class for students wishing to focus on the art of persuasive speaking. Class focuses on: persuasive speech logic and organization, research elements, audience management and the call to action.
An introductory class for teens (high-school students) covering the basics of one-on-one and group interviews. Techniques taught in this class can be used to navigate through virtually any type of interview--summer job, internship or college.
An intermediate-level class for high school juniors geared specifically to the nuances of the college interview. Students will learn strategies for navigating through interviews, as well as participate in several interview simulations.
Created for teens who spend more time in the virtual world than the real world, this class helps students practice the fundamentals of daily communication. Topics covered include: one-on-one conversations, story telling, non-verbal communication and presenting. Participants will have the opportunity to be recorded and watch themselves present.
Designed for middle school and high school STEM students, this program focuses on teaching these students to present their STEM projects to small groups and large audiences. Students will learn how to break down complicated topics, assemble presentations and answer questions.