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10 Things You Won't Believe You Haven't Taught Your Kids

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Teaching Manners and Etiquette, Professional, Social and Soft Skills,
with a fresh, fun, exciting, entertaining and modern approach.
Preparing Students and Adults for the Professional and Social Seas of life.

Youth Programs: 5th - 8th Grades

One season consists of five classes and a formal dinner/ball where students get to put everything they learn during the season into practice.  Sunday afternoon or Monday evening classes! Most students participate for multiple seasons, but the program is designed where you can jump in and join us at any point!

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High School: 9th - 12th Grades

High school outings to Cultural Events, tackling Difficult Foods, Introduction to Business Etiquette and Interview Intensives. And the highlight of the season, a six-course European style white-tie formal dinner/ball.

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For Business

Today’s business professionals find themselves in situations where they must interact with clients and peers at networking events, conferences, board meetings, parties, and around the office.

The unwritten rules of how to act and communicate can help you land new clients and develop trust. These secret rules of etiquette can impress your colleagues, clients and managers, leading to greater success in your business and personal life.

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Kind Words…

I want to thank you for eight years of support, fun times, and having role models to look up to.  You all gave me opportunities I couldn’t have found anywhere else.  Your program isn’t about learning to dance, or setting a table, or getting people to sign saying you shook their hand.  It’s about learning to be comfortable enough in social situations that it’s more than just pretense.  You all teach that so well.  So thank you, thank you so much.

- Love, Sarah

You have been a pleasure to work with over the past month.  Thank you for helping the bank brush up on our Customer Service Skills.  I am looking forward to working with you more in the future.

- Kim

Carey Sue – Thought you might be interested to know that my son (now a college junior) was unexpectedly invited to lunch with the University President last Friday.  (He has been working as an intern in the administration office this past summer).  Good thing he had those lessons to fall back on!  They never know when that knowledge will come in handy!

- Denise