Marshall students get pro tips for careers
HUNTINGTON -- Landing a job interview or an invitation to a professional dinner is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to moving forward in one's career according to Terri Thompson, founder of Etiquette in Action.
That's why Thompson participates in the biannual College Campus Etiquette session each semester at Marshall University. The event is hosted by Marshall's Student Resources Center and Career Services, and students have the chance to participate in Thompson's five-course etiquette meal in addition to a question-and-answer session about any and all of their etiquette concerns in professional situations.
For more information about events from the Marshall University Student Resources Center, call 304-696-2370 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about Etiquette in Action, visit www.etiquetteinaction.com.
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