38 Years of Teaching Children the Art of Public Speaking
We are thrilled to celebrate another remarkable year of empowering young speakers and nurturing their oratory skills. This annual event serves as a testament to the dedication, growth, and achievements of the NJOrators community.
The 38th Anniversary Program stands as a milestone, representing the collective efforts of our talented orators, passionate mentors, committed volunteers, and supportive families. It is an occasion where the power of eloquence and the art of public speaking converge, leaving a lasting impact on everyone involved.
Throughout the program, NJOrators showcased its commitment to fostering self-confidence, leadership, and effective communication among its participants. This year’s event was particularly exceptional, as it marked the continued growth of our organization and the development of innovative initiatives that amplify young voices.
We invite you to explore this page, which serves as a window into the vibrant atmosphere of the 38th Anniversary Program. Through an enchanting visual journey and heartfelt stories, you will witness the passion, dedication, and transformative power of oratory arts that have come to define NJOrators.
Join us as we relive the cherished moments, celebrate remarkable achievements, and honor the incredible individuals who have made this event an unforgettable experience. Whether you are a longtime supporter, a curious visitor, or a prospective member, we hope this page will inspire you and provide a glimpse into the remarkable impact of NJOrators.
Thank you for being a part of this celebration, and we encourage you to immerse yourself in the captivating world of oratory arts that NJOrators embodies.
Two outstanding individuals who have left an indelible mark on this year’s program: Demiladeiye Osinubi, the Orator of the Year (New Brunswick Chapter), and Ms. Ida Anderson, a senior citizen from Piscataway whose Civil Rights recollections were beautifully captured in our Oral History Interviewing curriculum.