Join us on Wednesday, February 1 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at high school library, to socialize and improve your public speaking skills.
What is it about?
- Monthly meetings to improve our public speaking skills through tips and practice.
- A welcoming, non-judgemental space to become a confident speaker.
- Meeting other SAS parents and making new friends.
Who can participate?
- Adults of the SAS community.
- No prior experience nor preparation required.
- You are not expected to make a speech unless you want to!
- You can participate in all our meetings or only a few, no commitment required.
- Join us even if English is not your 1st language!
How much does it cost?
It is free of charge.
How are the meetings like?
1. Prepared speeches of 4 to 6 min, followed by positive feedback.
2. Impromptu speeches of 2 to 3min, or other public speaking games.
3. Socializing over drinks and food brought by members.
Is there more?
We have social events organized by members, like visiting a museum together, and so much more.
How can I join?
What do participants say?
“I really enjoyed the meeting! Wonderful chance to connect with people and learn so much about them as well as public speaking, in an informal manner! Thank you!” M.
“It’s helpful for getting over stage fright and be a better public speaker. I felt it was suitable for any level of confidence.” L.
“We can participate in different roles and learn so much.” A.
“These are skills I can use in a normal conversation as well, so I keep my listeners interested!” S.
Who is our coach?
Ana Sousa Gavin is a SAS parent, storyteller, applied improviser and communication skills coach. She is passionate about growing people’s confidence in communicating with each other.
The club exists since when?
It was established in 2015 as the Storytelling Club SAS, and since then we met monthly during each school year.
In 2021 we changed the name to Public Speaking Club SAS, since we moved our focus to public speaking. Storytelling is still the heart of our practice.