Eat, Drink & Be Hired! Professional Dining Etiquette & Networking
Do you know what a "work dinner" is? Are you comfortable being interviewed during a meal? Do you know which water is yours?
The number one employer criticism of interns and new college hires is lack of professionalism and etiquette savvy. Good professional etiquette indicates to employers that you are a mature, responsible adult who can aptly represent their organization. Whether you are graduate school bound, looking for an internship, or applying for positions after graduation, etiquette plays an important role in making favorable impressions and projecting a certain standard of conduct with clients and superiors.
The "Eat, Drink & Be Hired! Professional Dining Etiquette and Networking" Program is an opportunity to learn and practice good dining etiquette and brush up on your networking skills. To register, please complete the registration form below and pay the $7 fee (non-refundable) through the CDC Website or in person by Friday, March 8th, 2013.
Included in this program:
- A three-course dinner with non-alcoholic beverages
- Interactive instruction on dining and networking etiquette basics
- Instructional handouts to remember important key points
- Networking time with Binghamton staff, faculty and fellow students
You only get one chance to make a first positive impression. Practice makes perfect. Space is limited. Register TODAY!
Date: Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Location: Mandela Room, University Union
Cost: $7 per Binghamton University Student
Attire: Business Casual
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Payments must be made by 4:00 pm, Friday, March 8
Cash or Check: in person in the Career Development Center South Office in LSG 500, 10:00am-4:00pm Monday-Friday.
Credit Card: Payments can be made through PayPal