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Our Orator children speak for themselves. They speak with eloquence, knowledge of their subject matter, and comfort in who they are. Our Orators are leaders in high school and college, church, and their communities.

The New Jersey Orators has established a record of achievement with our youth being asked to speak at various events, such as corporate functions, local non-profit organization's dinners, state assembly meetings, state recognition events of national Civil Rights law (Brown vs. Board of Education) and in local churches everywhere. 

Our Orators been invited to speak at McGraw Hill, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, NJ General Assembly, Johnson & Johnson HQ, Roche Laboratories, MetLife, Bristol Myers & Squibb, Chubb & Sons, Barnes & Noble, Raritan Valley Community College, Morris County Superior Court - Adjudication, Comcast and News 12 New Jersey.

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NJ BIC 2014 Community Change Award in Education
The New Jersey Orators Inc. (NJO) recently received local New Jersey recognition for the 2014 Community Change Award in the category of Education from the New Jersey Black Issues Convention (NJBIC). The NJBIC Board seeks to identify organizations that have developed innovative and effective programs that aim to reduce disparities, should be more widely supported and which can be replicated by others.

President's Volunteer Service - Gold Award - 2015

Manhattan Institute  National Evaluation Study of Non-Profit Youth Organizations: stated that  "Students participating in the New Jersey Orators program demonstrated the most significant educational outcomes and self-esteem/resiliency scores when compared to their similar peer group."