NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION KEYNOTE

First Year Student To First Year Success

VOTED 7X TIME SPEAKER OF THE YEAR

2020 APCA Speaker of the Year
2017 APCA Speaker of the Year
2016 APCA Speaker of the Year
2014 APCA Speaker of the Year
2009 APCA Speaker of the Year
2008 APCA Speaker of the Year
2007 APCA Speaker of the Year

THE ONES IN THE CENTER OF THE DANCE FLOOR HAVE FUN, MEET PEOPLE & DANCE! THE SAME IS TRUE FOR COLLEGE

The more involved one is on campus, the more fun they’ll have, the more people they’ll meet, and the more college success they’ll have. In this highly engaging and funny training, students gain an immediate understanding and desire to get more involved on campus and take advantage of the amazing opportunities a school offers beyond the classroom.

Dust off your dance shoes and report to the dance floor!

“Students left the keynote feeling motivated and wanting to make a positive impact on the university.”

Lauren Braun
Director of New Student Programs
Umass – Boston

PHOTOS FROM OUR ORIENTATION KEYNOTES

Orientation Keynotes

LEARNING OUTCOMES

“This program does a fantastic job of helping students move out of their comfort zone. It conveys a strong message about the power of getting involved.”

Susan Luchey
Associate Director of Student Centers
University of Delaware

WHO’S THIS FOR?

A DFT Orientation Keynote is intended as an inspirational and energizing program for your New Student Orientation to get new students excited about the idea of maximizing their college experience by getting involved on campus beyond the classroom.

A DFT Orientation Keynote should run between 45-90 minutes. An additional 1-2 hours can be included if large group activities are needed.

If you are looking for a Student Leadership Program to help student leaders fight apathy on campus,
check here to see our version of DFT for Student Leaders.

IS YOUR SCHOOL READY FOR A SWIFT KICK ORIENTATION KEYNOTE? REACH OUT TO BOOK US. 

READY TO KICK YOUR CULTURE UP A NOTCH?

Contact us to book your next meeting, conference, or event.

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