Statistics show that 85% of your workplace success is due to your personal skills. So get ready to impress employers with your social graces—start by learning to navigate dining, business, and networking opportunities with confidence and professionalism...
Attend the Professional Etiquette Dinner at UW Bothell!
- Learn practical networking etiquette tips while enjoying fabulous food and conversation.
- Practice now, before you head out into the "real world."
- Get answers to your networking and etiquette dilemmas.
- Eat a delicious 3-course dinner!
Certified business etiquette consultant, coach, speaker and business etiquette columnist for the Puget Sound Business Journal, Arden Clise of Clise Etiquette, will be presenting the Professional Etiquette Dinner.
Professional Etiquette Dinner
"Become Business Savvy - Learn Personal Skills for Professional Success"
Wednesday, February 5th
Plan to dress nicely, as though for an interview.
Space is limited. Advance registration is required.
Etiquette Events are not just for juniors and seniors. First and second year students are encouraged to attend. Get a head start learning and practicing these important "soft" skills that employers value!
*This event is open to UW Bothell students, alumni, and their guests only. Tickets are not available to the general public.
It is our policy that no citizen of the university states or any other person within the jurisdiction thereof shall, on the ground of race, color, sex (including sexual harassment), age, disability, veteran status, religion, national origin or sexual orientation, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination in employment or under any educational program or activity of the university.
We hope that a student will not cancel, but in the event that a student chooses to withdraw from the event, the following refund schedule will apply. Once you have completed the registration form, our cancellation policy is in effect. The following cancellation policy applies:
-If cancellation occurs two weeks prior to the event, you will receive a refund less the credit card processing fee.
-If cancellation occurs less than two weeks prior, you forfeit your full registration fee. You may however, transfer your ticket to another student if needed.
All changes and cancellation requests must be in writing. No refunds will be issued less than two weeks prior to th event and you remain responsible for paying any outstanding balance. We cannot “roll over” the registration to another event. Outstanding bills from this and previous events must be paid and may prevent participation in future Career Services events.
Students that do not check in by the event start time on the day of the event will be considered a “no show." Your spot may be reassigned and you are still responsible for the cost of your ticket. We cannot “roll over” the registration to another event or refund the fee.