Are you ready for the real world?
Did you know that the proper place for your nametag is on the right shoulder? When shaking hands, a person’s eyes naturally travel up the right arm to the shoulder and can easily rest on the nametag in that location.
Could you easily navigate a business lunch? A group interview?
Before meeting with a recruiter improve your business and dining etiquette skills and create a solid first impression for your corporate career.
Business Etiquette for College Students
- How to give a correct handshake
- The importance of eye contact
- Introducing yourself with ease
- Networking at career fairs
- Dining etiquette for the job interview over lunch
- Tech etiquette for cell phones, iPods, text messages, email, vmail
- The simple art of saying thank you after the interview
Learn and practice at the same time through interactive, hands on workshops. Understand what the business world is like, what is expected and the keys to success.
Note to Campus Career Counselors: Business Essentials and Dining Etiquette programs can be offered at college locations, dining halls, nearby facilities or local resorts.
Carol Bory presents workshops to undergraduate and graduate students for business and dining etiquette training. To schedule one for your sorority, fraternity, business school or campus career center, call Carol today at 480.892.9480 or email her.
Do you need an etiquette refresher? Find out.
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