On 5th March, Westford University College marked a significant milestone in its pursuit of providing top-notch education and training to its students. Three of its brilliant students have emerged victorious in the Toastmasters Division P Contest, showcasing their exceptional communication and leadership skills on a grand stage.
The Division Contest is a highly esteemed event that brings together the most talented speakers and communicators from across the region. Competing against such high-caliber individuals is no small feat, and the fact that Westford students emerged victorious in three different categories is a testament to the quality of education and training that they receive at Westford.
Syed Hussainy, an MBA student at Westford, took home the first prize in the International Speech category, delivering a stirring and memorable speech that left the judges and audience members in awe. His win demonstrated his passion for public speaking, and the dedication and hard work that he put into honing his skills at Westford.
David Isaac, a bachelor’s student at Westford, was equally impressive in his performance at the contest. Isaac clinched the first prize in the Table Topics category, demonstrating his quick thinking and eloquence in delivering impromptu speeches. He also secured the third prize in the International Speech category, proving his versatility and command over his oratory skills.
Rosalyn Flory, also a bachelor student at Westford, shone in the Evaluation category, securing the second prize for her astute feedback and insightful analysis of the speeches delivered by the contestants. Rosalyn’s performance demonstrated her ability to critically evaluate and provide constructive feedback, showcasing her strong analytical and critical thinking abilities.
Westford University College places a strong emphasis on developing the communication and leadership skills of its students. The institution provides them with ample opportunities to participate in various co-curricular activities, including Toastmasters clubs, public speaking contests, and debates, allowing them to hone their skills in a supportive and encouraging environment.
The achievements of Syed Hussainy, David Isaac, and Rosalyn Flory at the Toastmasters Division P Contest are a source of immense pride and inspiration for the entire Westford community. These students are a testament to the fact that with hard work, dedication, and the right guidance and support, anything is achievable.