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November 2013



Etiquette Dinner

Thu, 14 Nov 2013 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

For UREC Student Employees Only

The time has come: The formal meal with a potential employer or a business engagement. Time to put away the desk duties and belly up to the complex meal setting. What fork am I supposed to use? I can’t order THAT?! We are here to give you the basic etiquette guidelines to attending a professional meal with success. Come ready to “dine” and be tested on your true table manners.

Location: Instructional Room (128) at UREC

Facilitators: Hilary M. Bride & Erika Pearson (’13)

Sign Up: By the Timeclock in 105 at UREC. Be sure to show! You get a free snack, credit towards your leadership certification and professional development!

More on the Student Leadership Series

  • During student’s time working at UREC, they have the opportunity to participate in voluntary (unpaid) professional development sessions sponsored by UREC. Student Leadership Series topics are broad. Some topics include job searching skills (“Interviewing the Interview:  Aligning Your Values & Job Fit”), being more effective at work (“Learning Styles in the Workplace:  Communicating Your Message Effectively”), preparing for graduation (“Young Alumni Involvement – Keeping the U in JM”) and a “Choose Your Own” opportunity to learn more about another educational program area of UREC.
  • In order to earn a UREC Leader Feather Pin and a certificate, students must complete four credits in a semester or five credits in a year. 
  • Over your tenure at UREC, you can earn different levels of Feathers: Silver (4/semester or 5/year); Gold (8-10); Diamond (12+). You must turn in your old Feather to get a new Feather!
  • Questions? Contact Hilary Bride.





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