Fall Etiquette Dinner
September 18 @ 5:00 pm
Let’s face it: good social skills are some of the most valuable and visible assets a person can have. However, many people are intimidated by the idea of networking, interviews and participating in social events. It seems like there are so many rules and customs that inevitably, you’re going to do something wrong.
In this engaging keynote, Katherine Mason Young transforms the age-old idea that etiquette is stuffy and boring and makes it a fun learning experience for audiences. She helps students explore etiquette essentials that will help anyone fit in, land the job or opportunity they desire and achieve greater success both personally and professionally. Having an understanding of social etiquette allows us to be comfortable in navigating dating, interviews and sticky situations with ease. From the importance of eye contact, to where to put your napkin, Katherine brings etiquette to light in an engaging and interactive way.
This etiquette dinner is sponsored by the Career Development Center and is free for students. The attire is business professional. To participate, students must RSVP on Handshake by Monday, September 9 for priority registration at: https://missouriwestern.joinhandshake.com/events/310072.
For questions, contact the Career Development Center at email@example.com