The 11th Annual MCC Otis Young
Motivational Speech Competition video clips

(high-speed/on-campus version)

Saturday, May 8th, 2010 from 9am - noon

Dedicated to our respected colleague Otis Young.

Otis Young, the first black actor to co-star in a TV western series - The Outcasts in the late 1960s - died on October 12th, 2001 of a stroke at the age of 69. From 1989 until his retirement in 1999, Otis was a respected member of the Visual & Performing Arts faculty at Monroe Community College. He taught speech, communications and theater and directed student productions. Otis also was active in the battle to combat AIDS and wrote a play on AIDS awareness. He was a dedicated teacher who loved working at Monroe Community College and he will be greatly missed.

Please enjoy viewing the following video clips of students' motivational speeches from this year's contest!


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