Students learn rules of proper etiquette at annual dinner
Feb. 3, 2011
KALAMAZOO--Some 100 Western Michigan University students will be displaying their good taste by attending WMU's 13th annual Etiquette Dinner from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 10, in the Bernhard Center.
The Etiquette Dinner, which includes a seminar followed by a group meal, is designed to impart bread-and-butter information about proper business etiquette in social situations. It is organized by Career and Student Employment Services for WMU undergraduate and graduate students. Registration is required.
The seminar portion of this career-preparation event allows students to pick up pointers for avoiding social gaffes during such common business situations as mealtime meetings and interviews. The dinner portion of the evening gives participants a chance to practice their newly learned skills.
While dining, the students will network with representatives from employers who are sponsoring this year's event.
Students attending the Etiquette Dinner must register in advance and show up dressed in business attire. Seating is limited, so immediate registration is encouraged. Tickets for the dinner cost $5 and may be purchased by cash, check or credit card. To register, visit Career and Student Employment Services, located on the first floor of Ellsworth Hall, or call the office at (269)
For more information about the 2011 Etiquette Dinner, contact Deveta Gardner or Sharicka Jones in Career and Student Employment Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or (269) 387-2745. For more information about WMU's numerous career planning and preparation services, visit wmich.edu/career.
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