TRANSITION FROM COLLEGE CAMPUS TO THE WORKPACE
Too many opportunities are lost for graduates because they have not paid enough attention to their most visible credential—their professional image. Very few credentials can compensate for a poor impression, inadequate social skills, and weak non-verbal communication. Learn how to launch your career with positive lasting effects.
Topics for this two hour class include:
Social media etiquette for young professionals
Dining Etiquette Basics
Meet and Greet Skills
Details of a Professional Image
Thank-you notes and follow-up
This class will meet one time for approximately 2 hours.
Date: April 21, 4:00-6:00
Investment: $55.00Register for this class »
DINING ETIQUETTE FOR A PROFESSIONAL INTERVIEW
You will probably not be asked to a “dining interview” unless you are a strong candidate for a position. The interviewer’s main objective is to evaluate your social skills. Using proper dining etiquette is essential. Even after you have obtained the job, you can profit or suffer because of your manners. Good manners are always in style!
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WORKSHOP
- Preparing for the Dining Interview
- Dining Etiquette during the Meal
- Appropriate Conversation While Dining
- After-the-Meal Etiquette
- Crimes and Misdemeanors
The workshop will meet for approximately 2 hours total and will include a multi-course lunch, instruction, conversation and demonstration.
Date: April 7, 1:00-3:00
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