Oceanside CA–Learn how to talk to anyone about anything at Oceanside Public Library’s Impromptu Speaking Workshop in the Mission Branch Library’s Community Room, located at 3861-B Mission Avenue, on Wednesday, March 16 at 4:30 p.m. We invite all high school aged teens to join us as Teens Work Intern Chloe guides attendees through basic impromptu speaking techniques. Teens will be able to get to know new people while honing their skills in a group setting and gaining confidence in their public speaking abilities. Visit https://bit.ly/osidesignup to register for this event. This workshop will be St. Patrick’s Day themed, so come celebrate with us!
Public speaking is a valuable skill that translates into all areas of life. From giving presentations in the classroom, to interviewing for a new job, the ability to speak confidently and professionally is a skill that all high school aged teens must learn and develop. As the public sphere and workforce become increasingly focused on how well one can communicate and network, impromptu speaking becomes a necessity.
Teens Work Intern Chloe Remigio joined the Mission Vista High School (MVHS) Speech and Debate team in her freshman year, eager to step into a new environment filled with opportunities to learn and grow. She discovered her passion for communication and continued to pursue it through competing at various local and national level tournaments. Now a senior at MVHS, Chloe enjoys coaching novice members with their competition events and serves as the president of the Speech and Debate team.
Teens Work is a program funded by the California State Library with support from the Friends of the Oceanside Library. We encourage all high school aged teens to visit https://bit.ly/osidesignup to register for this event. For more information about Library programs and services, please visit oceansidepubliclibrary.org or call (760) 435-5600.