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Business Etiquette Dinner

Location: Sodexo Dining Hall, Campus Center

An opportunity to learn about social currency and professional etiquette for a business meeting or interview over a meal. A four course meal, with accompanying workshop led by renown etiquette consultant Penelope Paik of Civility International. Learn about appropriate conversation topics and communication skills. Meet current professionals from the community. Network with other professional students with similar interests and aspirations.

Special Restrictions: Cost of attendance is $25.00 per student. Please register at mgkarr.wix.com/etiquette-dinner. Open to students with valid UH Hilo student ID.

For more information, contact: nmsavona@hawaii.edu 8082816469

Tags: professional development educational UHHSA Campus Center

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