JCC Students Learn Etiquette To Help Them Get Ahead
Students at Jefferson Community college were upping their social game with a crash course on advanced etiquette Wednesday night.
That included dining etiquette and how to properly set your silverware when you're ready for your plate to be taken away.
There were also tips on avoiding a messy business dinner.
Etiquette pros also discussed professionalism and manners.
"Good manners really enhance the quality of everyday life," etiquette and protocol consultant Christine Lancaster said, "and treating each other with respectfulness and kindness makes that go so much easier. "
"It's important to be professional, kind, and aware of what's going on around them," said Michele Gefell, who's JCC's director of career planning
JCC president Dr. Ty Stone also attended the dinner as a special guest.