Social Etiquette series Oct. 5-Nov. 2 set for ages 17-22

Published on: September 11, 2013

How can high school seniors and college students enhance their professional image and learn the art of social etiquette  - look, act and entertain like a diplomat?

Join U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sergeant (Retired) Dylan Smith, who is a 30-year military airman, seasoned diplomat and CEO/Founder of Exodus - The Leader in Social Etiquette, for a five-week series at Lone Star College-CyFair. 

  Designed for ages 17 to 22, this progressive workshop series covers social and life skills of etiquette in grooming, dressing, greeting, dining and entertaining. Participants are required to attend all five of the following workshops.

 

  • Oct. 5:  Grooming and Professional Imaging Learn the latest in hair and skin care and proper presentation for a professional environment.

  • Oct. 12: Dress and Professional Attire - Understand your measurements and how proper fit affects style and fashion.

  • Oct. 19: Communication and Greetings - Perfect the proper handshake, customer service skills, interviewing techniques and becoming comfortable with small talk.

  • Oct. 26: Dining Etiquette Acquire the art of dining like a diplomat, including proper place setting, table finesse and toasting.

  • Nov. 2: Entertaining and Hosting Find out how to entertain like royalty, including how to be a good host for formal and informal events.

 

Workshops will be held from 1 p.m. 4 p.m. in the library room 131 at LSC-CyFair located at 9191 Barker Cypress.

The series is based on Harvard University and MIT social etiquette training to give students a competitive edge over others in the work place. The training series is also part of the Walden University Global Says of Service community service project.

This fall series is free but is limited to the first 30 students. For registration information, contact LSC-CyFair Teen Librarian Elise Sheppard at elise.j.sheppard@lonestar.edu.