Toastmasters Lebanon Convention 2017
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American University of Beirut - Bathish Auditorium, Beirut, Lebanon
American University of Beirut - Bathish Auditorium
West Hall, 2nd floor, Bliss Street
West Hall is located on the upper campus of the American University of Beirut. After you enter the Main Gate from Bliss Street, go down the stairs and walk left towards the green Oval. West Hall is the second building to your left hand side. Or just ask anyone, it's more fun!
Toastmasters Lebanon Convention is an annual event that brings together the Toastmasters members from all clubs of Lebanon for a full day of networking, thrilling national contests & prominent guest speakers.
Toastmasters Lebanon Convention will reveal the Champions of Public Speaking in Lebanon.
Lebanon's best public speakers meet to compete and move to represent Lebanon in regional finals in Jordan and Bahrain.
Brilliant guest speakers share their expertise in the fields of communication and leadership. We are featuring keynote speaker Ziad Abi Chaker (CEO Cedar Environmental - Lebanon, Environmental Engineer, Industrial Engineer, Master Garbage Man). We also have special entertainment guest Aida Sabra (Actress, Director, Choreographer, Instructor @sitnajeh)
Unique networking opportunities with professionals and striving pioneers.
Let us explore #publiXpeaking together!
It's happening on March 25, 2017, at the American University of Beirut - Bathish Auditorium.
Toastmasters International is a non-profit organization developing public speaking and leadership skills through practice and feedback in its worldwide local clubs.
The organization was founded by Ralph C. Smedley on October 22, 1924, in California, United States.
Throughout its history, Toastmasters has served more than 345,000 members in 142 countries, through attending one of the 15,900 clubs that make up their global network of meeting locations.
Toastmasters Lebanon was introduced back in 2005 where the first Toastmasters club was established. Ever since, Toastmasters Lebanon has grown as a non-profit organization in the country to include 4 clubs chartered under the international organization, and serve more than a 100 members across Lebanon.