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Etiquette on The Hill; Dinner and Reception is coming up on Thursday, March 24 from 5-7pm. The event is free of charge, includes a nice dinner and an etiquette expert who will instruct students on techniques that will enhance their brand and professional development. 50 spaces are available and only 10 have been taken so far.
Following are sure signs you suck at professional etiquette and would greatly benefit from reserving a space for Etiquette on The Hill. Remember! It only takes one sign to fit the profile of someone who sucks at professional etiquette…
1.You have a habit of showing up late for class and sometimes you don’t show up at all.
2. You have to use one hand to hold up your pants which leaves you with only one functioning hand for holding things, texting, answering your phone, waving at others, opening doors, shaking others’ hands, etc…
3. You have to use one hand to pull your shirt down in the back so your butt crack doesn’t show which leaves you with only one functioning hand for holding things, texting, answering your phone, waving to others, opening doors, shaking others’ hands, etc…
4. You have addressed a faculty or staff member as “Hey” in an e-mail.
5. You have used swear words in a public place.
6. You have posted a status or photo on Facebook that, deep down inside, you know was probably not a good idea to post.
7. You consistently use slang words, such as finnin or imma, that people over the age of 30 can’t define or understand.
8. You don’t have an accurate definition of the term networking.
9. Looking someone straight in the eye and shaking his/her hand when first meeting them does not come natural to you.
10. You don’t think you need etiquette training
Reserve your space today in the Student Involvement Office, second floor of Student Center!