March 29, 2011 06:00 ET

Soundwaves: Making Waves-Public Speaking in Public

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - March 29, 2011) - Soundwaves -

Who: Seneca College post-graduate communications students. 
What: "Soundwaves" is an innovative approach to promoting public speaking to the public. Soon-to-be graduates will be tackling timely, heavy-duty issues, covering a wide range of topics relevant to today's young professionals and recent graduates. Sex, religion, finding your way – they'll be airing their dirty laundry and innermost thoughts. Nothing is too sensitive or sacred a topic. 
Where: The GO Train, first car at the east end of the train. 
  Riding the rails for 100+ km of oratorical delight.   
    The 8:11 a.m. train from Union Station to Oshawa and back.  
    The 12:43 p.m. train from Union Station to Burlington and back. 
When: Wednesday March 30, at 8 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. 
    Feel free to join us at the beginning of our journey on the GO Train platform or meet us along the way. 

Seneca College's Corporate Communications graduate program prepares students to be flexible communications practitioners. The public speaking course challenges students to push the boundaries of conventional learning by taking them out of the classroom and simulating real world experiences.

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