Student body language at WSCC

September 9, 2012

VICTORY TWP.  – Body language expert, mentalist, hypnotist, and illusionist Christopher Carter will open the 2012-13 West Shore Community College Performing Arts Series on Fri., Sept. 14, with his highly popular presentation entitled “Student Body Language (It’s What You Don’t Say that Counts).” The event begins at 7:30 p.m. in the college’s Center Stage Auditorium.

“Student Body Language” is based on the idea that even in the age of the internet, most of the student’s success will depend upon skill in face-to-face human communication. His program is an exciting and fun exploration of the way we communicate beyond words. In it, Christopher teaches students how to be better listeners, how to correctly interpret the non-verbal signs others give off, and more important, how to use their own body language to create the best possible impression every time.

“Student Body Language” is more than just a lecture. Christopher not only demonstrates his ability to “read minds,” he then shows precisely which non-verbal cues he was looking for, and then he teaches the students what to look for and how to be open to these same subtle clues.

Tickets are available by stopping by the college box office, Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., or Tuesday, Thursday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., or by calling the college box office at 231-843-5507.

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