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Building Tomorrow’s leader Today-- Chartered a Champion Toastmasters Youth Gavel Club - with over 40 members elected officers

The New World Bilingual Institute (www.nwbi.us ;nwbi1@yahoo.com; 703-978-7905)

 

Building Tomorrow’s leader Today-- Chartered a Youth Gavel Club  

NWBI Champion Toastmasters Gavel Club Founding Meeting TM Gavel Club Founding Meeting  Sunday, June 18, 2006, at NWBI, George Mason University, Fairfax Campus, USA

Meetings are  on  2nd, 4th Sundays 1:30-3:30 PM at GMU Thompson.

 

Sponsor/ Representative -NWBI;

Advisor: Mrs.Terry Wang, DTM, President  New World Bilingual Institute 

Gavel I,

Certificate # # 935954

Chartered by TM WHQ on July 3,2006 

Gavel II

Certificate # 964053

Chartered by TM WHQ on October 18,2006

 

Advisor and mentor.—Ms. Terry Wang, DTM, President of NWBI

Mentor --Mr. Charlie Hall, DTM 
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During the founding meeting, the youth leaders did a demonstration meeting.

They also held an Officers Nomination and Election.

 

Congratulations to the newly elected officers:

    

     President-- WenBo Su (Osbourn High School, Manassas City)

     Vice President of Education-- Kathy Hutchinson (Chantilly High School, Fairfax County)

     Vice President of Membership--Colleen Zhang (Chantilly High School, Fairfax County)

     Vice President of Public Relation--Viola Li (TJHSST),

                                                              Sharon Long (TJHSST)

     Secretary-- Lun Yi Yang (Oakton High School, Fairfax County)

     Treasurer-- Eddie Lu ((TJHSST)

     Sergeant At Arms-- Kathy Wu (Louise Archer Elementary School, Fairfax County),

                                   Huan Song ((TJHSST)

 

They were all inducted in the Induction Ceremony to become official founding club officers.

More than 40 youth leaders enthusiastically became the founding members of the club.

If you would like to be one of the founding member, you must sent your application to

Mrs. Terry Wang, DTM (nwbi1@yahoo.com), the president of New World Bilingual Institute.

 

 Include the following information:

 

Name/English, Chinese:

Gender:

Birthday:

Birth Place:

Grade/School:   

Interest Areas:

Any Achievements:

Phone:

Phone: (H)

Parent:(O)

E-mail:

Student:

Parent:

Address:

(We would like parents to be informed for what kind of the Agenda, activities,

or events that they are going to attend).

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An Introduction

An Introduction

 

NWBI Champion TM Gavel Club Program is An Affiliate of Toastmasters International.

The NWBI Gavel Club provides the bridge to link your talents and abilities to the world leader’s level today.

 

It is Highly ethical, with proper international etiquette training by NWBI. Member must follow the The NWBI Code of Conduct.

The program is open to any group of individuals who cannot otherwise qualify to become a Toastmasters club due to age, which would prohibit full participation in Toastmaster activities.

 

Gavel Club members learn to build the solid confidence and advanced youth leadership and communication skills. The manual is the Leadership and Communication Program designed to instill a basic foundation in public speaking assignments for adults. These manual speeches  and Leadership positions can be credited into a Competent Toastmaster Certificate as soon as the youth  join adult Toastmasters club at age of 18.

http://www.nwbi.us/nwbi/post.php?task=post

 

PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM ---The purpose of a Gavel Club:
1)  to prepare the youth to be a world leader tomorrow today, by providing the all leadership training

2)  to help its members improve their abilities to communicate effectively, to think, read, and listen  analytically

3) to provide for its members’ instructions, educational materials and the opportunities which will give  

     them skill and experience in the preparation and delivery of Public Speaking speeches

4) to provide its members’ a fair and constructive evaluation of their efforts toward self-improvement

5) to provide opportunities and encouragement for its members to appear before audiences and to express  their thoughts creditably

THE PARTICIPANTS


This Club may classify its members as Active, Associate, Honorary and Inactive members, if it deems such classification advisable.

THE SPONSORS

The admission of this Club to affiliation with Toastmasters International, and the continued affiliation and operation of this Club as a Gavel Club, is subject at all times to the approval of the institution sponsoring this Club. Such institution shall designate an individual to serve as Counselor to this Club; that person shall exercise the rights and powers of a Counselor set forth in this Constitution and shall act as the agent and representative of the sponsoring institution in all matters regarding this Club and Toastmasters International.\ \\

HOW IT WORKS
To apply for certification, you must send in a Request for Certification, an Officers’ List , and one copy of adopted Constitution and Bylaws accompanied by the certification fee and pro-rated annual fee indicated. Upon issuance of a Certificate of Affiliation to this Club, and so long as this Club remains in good standing with Toastmasters International, this Club is entitled to all the rights and powers, and is subject to all the duties and requirements, of Gavel Clubs as may be stated from time to time in the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws of Toastmasters International, in this Constitution, and in policies, procedures, manuals, and other materials issued by Toastmasters International.

          Regular meetings of this Club shall be held as provided by the Bylaws of this Club. Participants, working from a handbook, select officers who preside over the meetings. The remaining class members are assigned other duties on a rotating basis, so everyone is actively involved.

          Generally, meetings follow a format similar to that of a Toastmasters club meeting. There is an announced agenda and participants learn and practice parliamentary procedure during each meeting. Lecturing is minimal, but discussion is held during each session. Participants also deliver short impromptu and prepared speeches. In every meeting, participants learn to apply the principles of listening, thinking and speaking.


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Founding Officers--From right 2nd Row--WenBo, Colleen, Sharon, Viola,Eddie; 1st Row--Mrs. Wang, Kathy H, Kathy W., Huan

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Induction--Official Founding Officers of NWBI Champion Gavel Club,June 18, 2006

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The Founding Members in the Founding meeting, June 18, 2006
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NWBI Youth Leaders Admitted to the Top Colleges 2006--Leads the College Workshop

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NWBI Youth Leaders in Capital Hill Press Conference for Senators’ US-China Engagement Act, May 2005

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New World Bilingual Institute (www.nwbi.us)
& Seven Seas Toastmasters (www.sevenseas.4t.com); nwbi1@yahoo.com;

Phone/Fax: 703-978-7905
8 Sessions, Sundays: 3:30-5:40 PM. at
Thompson Hall, GMU, Fairfax Campus, VA
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TUITION FREE Toastmasters International Success Leadership & Communication Series Program
(with Hands on Public Speaking) : (Basic materials fee only)

Mastering Effectively Leadership and Communication Skills

With 20 Years Success Achievements, New World Bilingual Institute Proudly Presents to you

“A short cut to success”
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The following Success leadership enhance programs will serve as a short cut to success—
You are welcome to forward to your friends. Thanks.
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Program Director and Instructors:
Sponsor

Terry Wang, Certificated 4 Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM) Holder,
President, New World Bilingual Institute;

New Toastmasters Club Mentor

President, Seven Seas Toastmasters (94-96 02-03),
TM Area 26, 63 Governor (96-97, 99-00), District 27 Speechcraft, Youth Leadership Coordinator (95-00)
International Cultural Consultant, George Mason University
Phone: 703-978-7905; E-mail: nwbi1@yahoo.com

Instructor:
Mr. Charlie Hall, DTM, Past Area Governor 63, President, Seven Seas Toastmasters (96-97)

And other Distinguished/ Advanced /Competent Contest Winners Toastmasters
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This Success leadership Series Program provides the OPPORTUNITIES TO IMPROVE YOUR PUBLIC SPEAKING AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS
Each program consists 8 sessions, 16 hours (Sundays 3:30-5:45 PM):

It will help you prepare and refine your skills and gain confidence in all aspects of English, leadership and communication. Your progress in the program depends on the efforts that you have put into it.

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For Detail Information, Reference, Testimonial, and Q & A

—Call 703-978-7905
Each program consists 8 sessions, 16 hours. --basic and advanced.
Youth Leadership (Middle to High School Students); Adult Leadership class (18 and up)--

Instructors:
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Certificated Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM), Advanced Toastmasters (ATM- Brown, Silver, and Gold), Competent Toastmasters (CTM), and Toastmasters Speech Contest Winners.

Program Highlights:
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Mastering Effectively Leadership and Communication Skills
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Success Leadership Skills:
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Overcome the Stage Fright and Strengthen the Self Esteems
Parliamentary Procedure, Conducting Meetings Skills
Official Nomination and Election Skills
Leaders Actions, Duties and Responsibilities
Leadership Excellence Skills
Introducing Skills
Persuade and Motivating people with Ideas, Concept, or Products
International Etiquette, Platform Manners
Conflict Resolution and Problems Solving Skills
Leading and Communicating Effectively through Active Listening Skills
Effectively Evaluation Skills
Interviewing Skills for Selection of Schools / Scholarships / Employment

Success Communication Skills:
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English Writing Skills with Topic Choice Strategies
Effective Speech Preparation, Organization, and Presentation
Public Speaking/ Presentation Skills and Strategies
Impromptu Speaking Strategies
Effective Communication and Active Listening
Select Right Word to Translate Thoughts, Feelings, and Believes into a
Powerful Presentation
Voice and Vocabulary, Vocal Variety Skills
Discover the Importance of Gestures- ways of using body
Language, Facial expressions, and other movements.
Effective Ways to Use the Visual in Speech Communication
Progress Review with Self-evaluation in All Aspects
Show Case all skills above at a Formal Graduation Ceremony
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Participants will learn all skills above plus present a total of

8 speeches on stage in front of the class

Leadership Speech Assignment (one per week, 3-5 minutes each):
1. The Interview Speech (3 min.)—To learn a Hand-on Interview and apply a spontaneously speech instantly.
2. Ice Breaker Speech (3 min.)-- To begin speaking before an audience: introduce yourself with a self-portrait speech
3. Speak with sincerity (3 min.) --- To present a speech from your heart with sincerity
4. Informative Speech (3 min.)-- To research the facts needed to support your speech, to organize your information into a well lineup speech
5. Motivational Speech (3 min.)-- To present a speech that motivates the audience to accept your viewpoint.
6. Show What You Mean (Idea Sharing), or Entertaining Speech (3 min.) -Use gestures to show what you mean in your Idea Sharing, or Entertaining your audience
7. Persuasive with Power (with Vocal Variety) Speech (3 min.)-- To use the right word to translate your thoughts feelings and vocal variety into a persuasive speech
8. Inspirational Speech (Show all your skills) -- To showcase all the skills with an Inspirational Speech at the Graduation Ceremony.

Direction to GMU/NWBI Site:

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From the

Fairfax County Parkway
:
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Exit at
Braddock Road East
; drive about 2 miles. Make left on 123; Rt. 123;
drive one block, Turn Right on
University Drive
.
At the light Turn right into GMU; Park in Lot H ("Faculty parking")
on your right. As you walk towards the buildings;
Thompson Hall will be on your right front. As you enter Thompson Hall, Room 112 will be the 1st door on your left.
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From the North, East & West—66 :
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66 to exit 60 to 123 (
Chain Bridge Rd
) South;
drive about 2 miles. (You will pass Route 50
& Route 236). Turn Left on
University Drive
.
[If you reach
Braddock Road
you've gone 1 block too far].
At the light Turn right into GMU;
Park in Lot H ("Faculty parking") on your right. As you walk towards the buildings;
Thompson Hall will be on your right front.
As you enter Thompson Hall, Room 112 will be the 1st door on your left.
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From the South, East & West—495 :
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495 VA , Exit 54A to Braddock Road West; drive about 5 miles.
Turn Right on Rt. 123; drive one block, Turn Right on
University Drive
.
At the light Turn right into GMU; Park in Lot H ("Faculty parking")
on your right. As you walk towards the buildings;
Thompson Hall will be on your right front.As you enter Thompson Hall, Room 112 will be the 1st door on your left.

Direction to GMU/NWBI Site:

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From the

Fairfax County Parkway
:
-------------------------------------------------------------
Exit at
Braddock Road East
; drive about 2 miles. Make left on 123; Rt. 123;
drive one block, Turn Right on
University Drive
.
At the light Turn right into GMU; Park in Lot H ("Faculty parking")
on your right. As you walk towards the buildings;
Thompson Hall will be on your right front. As you enter Thompson Hall, Room 112 will be the 1st door on your left.
------------------------------------------------
From the North, East & West—66 :
------------------------------------------------
66 to exit 60 to 123 (
Chain Bridge Rd
) South;
drive about 2 miles. (You will pass Route 50
& Route 236). Turn Left on
University Drive
.
[If you reach
Braddock Road
you've gone 1 block too far].
At the light Turn right into GMU;
Park in Lot H ("Faculty parking") on your right. As you walk towards the buildings;
Thompson Hall will be on your right front.
As you enter Thompson Hall, Room 112 will be the 1st door on your left.
------------------------------------------------------------------------
From the South, East & West—495 :
-----------------------------------------------------
495 VA , Exit 54A to Braddock Road West; drive about 5 miles.
Turn Right on Rt. 123; drive one block, Turn Right on
University Drive
.
At the light Turn right into GMU; Park in Lot H ("Faculty parking")
on your right. As you walk towards the buildings;
Thompson Hall will be on your right front.As you enter Thompson Hall, Room 112 will be the 1st door on your left.