Welcome Speech for Annual Day Program

Sample welcome speech for an annual day program in school, college, university, or office to students and employees.

Speech for Welcome the Guests in Annual Event

Dear Audience,
I, on behalf of SemiOffice, cardinally welcome you to the annual games and dinner ceremony. We are grateful to you for taking out some time to join us in this great event. We hope you have a great time and keep enjoying the event as you always have.

Thank you

Speech for Annual Day in School

Respected Audience,

We welcome you all to the opening ceremony of the annual summer internship program at [Organization]. It is great that you all are here and choose this institute for your internship. We hope that you will find your time with us exciting and take along with you all the experiences and lessons you learn and some cherishable memories. My name is Sami, and Saima is with me. We are working here in the Resource Development Department of this institute.

This year students of more than 10 institutions are participating in this internship program. We have a 20 days plan for all volunteers. For your convenience, department allocation lists are displayed on noticeboards. Where you can check your assigned departments and your supervisor’s names, this is a great opportunity for you to work with special children and learn their problems and strengths.

We have over 500 students here at both campuses with various mental and physical disabilities. Over the next 3 weeks, you will interact with these special children, and we expect all of you to handle them with the utmost care and sincerity.

Thank You Very Much for Your Time and Patience

Welcome Speech for Annual Day Program

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