Seneca College Corporate Communications Program

March 12, 2014 07:30 ET

Media Advisory/Lessons on the GO: Students' how-to Guide

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - March 12, 2014) -

Editors' Note: There are two photos associated with this media advisory.

Graduate students from Seneca College's Corporate Communications program are hosting a public speaking event on the GO Train providing speeches on life lessons in a how-to guide.

Who: Seneca College post-graduate Corporate Communications students

What: Students will be giving "How-to" speeches on the GO Train travelling on the Lakeshore East Line between Union Station to Rouge Hill GO station.

Where: Union Station GO

When: Wednesday March 12, at 1:30 p.m.

Why: The purpose of these exercises is for students to display their public speaking skills to diverse audiences in a real-life setting, and to improve their self-confidence. As well to engage in media relations practices.

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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