After last week’s club contest, McGill Toastmasters club hosted the area contest Tuesday, Feb 12th, 2019. All winners from different clubs come together and competed in the area speech and evaluation contests. Winners of the area contest will go on to the next level competition! Good luck to all winners! Photos by http://www.alainguillotphotography.com/
McGill Toastmasters’ club contests, including International Speech contest and Speech Evaluation contest, took place on Feb 5th, 2019 .
Speech contest winners: Alain and Dasha Evaluation contest winners: Angela, Cheryl, and George.
The 1st and 2nd place winners from the speech contest and evaluation contest will advance to the area contest Feb 12th, 2019. Best luck to our contestants! Photos by http://www.alainguillotphotography.com/
Meeting theme: Determinism Best Table Topics: Mohammed Best Table Topics Evaluator: Sifa Best Evaluator: Mounina Best Speech: Daniel 1st time speaker: Ithar McGill Toastermasters club welcomed two new motivated members!
McGill Toastmasters club had a very successful special meeting of Table topics contest with a full room of members and guests on Jan 15, 2019. Both members and guests actively participated the contest.
Accomplishments: Completion of CC manual: Cheryl Williams ACB: Daniel Davis
Are you looking for more speaking opportunities? Every year, we get an invitation from the continuing education department to present one speech and one evaluation in front of a classroom. Your audience are students who are learning English as a second language. These are students who are about to finish their program and are looking for more opportunities to continue practicing their English. Many of the members of our club are English students who saw someone giving a speech in their classroom. By giving a speech in one of these classrooms, you get points in your pathway program, you get to speak in front of a different audience and you get to give back to the community. Here is the schedule of the spots available. For each spot, we need a speaker and an evaluator. To volunteer, please contact Alain at email@example.com There are 6 sections of this advanced oral communication course. Here are the teachers and a list of preferred dates.
Patricia Jan. 30 6:15pm Room #1145 Sarah Feb. 9 10am Room #1091 Devaki Feb. 11 6:15pm Room #1261 Michael Feb. 12 8:30pm Room #1261 Rick Feb. 21 6:45pm Room #1091 David Mar. 2 1:35pm Room #1091
The 1st meeting after the new year (Jan 8th, 2019) in McGill Toastmasters Club was a great success! It was an icebreaker challenge meeting with the theme of Transition. Four new members introduced themselves to the club by delivering very informative and inspiring speeches!
On December 18th, 2018, McGill Toastmasters & guests celebrated another year of good friends & good cheer! Everyone enjoyed great food, performances, games, moment of reflection, toast, and more. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this wonderful night! Photos by: Raja Chemali (www.rajachemali.com)
Suzannah is a Public Speaking and Presentation Skills Specialist, Executive Speech Coach and professional speaker.
Suzannah will share with us how she started her journey as a public speaker at McGill Toastmasters, how she built her career as a coach and keynote speaker, and how we can become better public speakers.
20-minute live-interview, followed by a 10-minute Q & A session.
Where: Mcgill Toastmasters 688 SHERBROOKE St W Rm 1559, Montreal, Quebec H3A 3R1