DateApril 7, 2014Time6:30 - 8:00 pm
LocationHankamer Cashion Building, 5th Floor
DescriptionA prestigious degree is a door opener; however, a young professional must offer something more than basic technical knowledge. Professional relationships are developed in a variety of situations, including lunches, receptions, dinners and fundraisers. Do you have the tools you need to stand out?

A Professional Development Session for Students
- Cost: $5 per person (refunds not available)
(let us know if you need a vegetarian plate)
- Pay online in your Hireabear account with MasterCard, Visa, or American Express
- Pay with cash or check at Career & Professional Development in the Sid Richardson Building, Room 132.
- Attendee registration ends on March 31st (no registrations on day of event)
- 5:30-6:30 p.m. - Check-in
- 6:30-8:00 p.m. - Dinner and presentation
- Attire: Professional dress preferred; business casual required
- Location: Hankamer Cashion Building, 5th Floor

- Sponsored by: CGI, Crown Lift Trucks, and U.S. Marine Corps
- In partnership with: Career & Professional Development, Delta Epsilon Iota, and Multicultural Affairs

About the Speaker:
-Sarah Aynesworth has been teaching etiquette since 1996. What started as an avocation after leaving the teaching field, has become a vocation that has taken her many places & opened many interesting doors. She holds a degree from Baylor University in Education & has attended training certification courses at The Protocol School of Washington, The Emily Post Institute & the Etiquette & Leadership Institute. What she enjoys most about her job is helping others learn skills that will last them a lifetime & can be used every time they have a social interaction. Read More »

PublisherCareer Center
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