Seats are limited and spaces will fill quickly.
At this seminar for only $10 you will enjoy, Your choice of four professional training seminars:
Participants must attend the entire event.
* This event is supported by student fees and is for currently enrolled WSU students only.
Registration Fee: $10 (Includes a four-course meal)
The registration fee must be paid at the time of registration.
The $10 registration fee is non-refundable after February 13.
Inter-Cultural Communications: Learn and understand work culture in the United States.
This session will provide insights that will help you avoid common mistakes and misinterpretations in American interviews, professional environments and networking settings.
Dining Etiquette: When dining in a professional environment table manners play an important role in making a favorable impression. Learn the elements of formal dining, and how to be at ease in business and social dining venues.
It’s All About Me: Learn what it takes to become successful in today’s business world, and what you can do while you are in college to prepare. Join our keynote speaker, Susan Caplan of Chicago, Ill. in this special session about climbing the ladder of success.
Professional Dress: A first impression is significantly based on your appearance. Learn what type of clothing and styles you should wear to an interview, to a networking event, and to work.
Meet, Greet & Network: Networking is vital in today’s business world to make new contacts, resource job leads, and stay current in your industry. Learn the basics of networking, and help get your foot-in-the-door for professional opportunities.
Job Interview Etiquette: Trying to impress a potential boss can be terrifying. This seminar session will teach you how to present yourself confidently in an interview.
Social Media and Cell Phone Etiquette: Social media and cell phones are a modern marvel. We are constantly connected to the rest of the world, including all of our favorite people, every hour of every day. Is it possible to have too much of a good thing? Learn what today’s professionals think of social media and cell phone usage.
The Mind your Manners & other Social Graces workshop is sponsored by Cooperative Education and Career Services.