Seneca College Corporate Communications Program

March 10, 2014 15:30 ET

Lessons on the GO: Seneca College Students Provide How to Guides

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - March 10, 2014) - GO Trains on the Lakeshore line will be busy this upcoming Wednesday afternoon as post-graduate students from Seneca College's Corporate Communications program will board the trains to present "how-to" themed speeches.

Students from the Corporate Communications program's public speaking class formed an event called "Lessons from Students: A How-to Guide" showcasing their public speaking skills on a life lesson in an informative how-to guide format.

This event will feature a how-to perform on stage; to not be homesick; to be happy; with lots of creative presentational aids. "My speech will be on how to avoid pain, odd topic but it will be interesting and informative," said student Lisa Afriyie. Live tweeting will happen during the speeches highlighting memorable messages.

Students have already presented in distracting environments like Allan Gardens, St. Lawrence Market, and Seneca@York's cafeteria for their public speaking class. The purpose of these exercises is for these aspiring graduates to display their public speaking skills to diverse audiences in a real-life setting, and to improve their self-confidence.

These students will be speaking about "How-to" on the Lakeshore East train from Union Station to Rouge Hill, leaving at 1:43 p.m. Speeches will take place in the first GO Train car.

Speech Presentation Locations:

Lakeshore East GO Train - First Car

1:43 p.m. Union Station to Rouge Hill GO

2:13 p.m. Arrive at Rouge Hill GO

2:35 p.m. Rouge Hill GO to Union Station

3:11 p.m. Arrive at Union Station

About Lessons on the GO:

Lessons from Students: A How-to Guide is a part of a series of speeches given by Seneca's Corporate Communications students in their public speaking class. These speeches provide a platform for aspiring graduates to display their public speaking skills to a diverse audience in a variety of settings. Contact us at and follow Lessons on the GO on twitter @students_howto

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