• Dear Mrs. Hayes

    We so much appreciate your influence in Miss Mia’s world. She came home so excited about the things she learned in just one class with you. She’s showing us just how “it’s done” and correcting us! It’s a pleasure to see that a difference only one lesson has made. Thank you, thank you, thank you! You’re one classy lady!

    Sincerely, Gloria Billick (parent)


Etiquette for College Students … 

"What's not Taught in the Classroom"

The School of Etiquette and Decorum's educational, humorous and extremely interactive training seminars for college students are designed to foster personal qualities of excellence in students. Give your scholars that "edge" that will help them succeed in life and help make their futures bright and better.  We promote the awareness that social presentation and behaviors are important to be successful in today's society. Allow us customize a training that conforms to your school's specifications. 


Sample College Presentation:

Etiquette Essentials For Your Success

"You are a Walking Resume"

College-ResumeYour overall appearance, presentation skills, communications and dining skills are factors that can influence your success. Studies conducted by Harvard University, Stanford Research Institute, and The Carnegie Foundation have all led to the same conclusion: 85% of an individual's success is directly related to "social skills."  This interactive workshop is designed to maximize students' personal brand and give them a competitive edge in achieving success during and after college. The workshop will cover such topics as first impressions, self-presentation, proper handshakes, effective communications skills, and dining decorum. Participants will also learn social networking strategies and mingling techniques which will allow them to easily adapt to a variety of professional and social engagements.  

  • The Importance of Exhibiting Proper Etiquette Behaviors 
  • Making a Positive First Impression
  • Being the Best You can Be
  • Self-Presentation Skills
  • Table Decorum & Dining Tips 
  • Conversation, Networking & Mingling


College Etiquette for the Newcomer

college-newcomerFor the incoming college freshmen, taking that next step involves more than just leaving home and moving into a dorm.  Are they prepared for the educational as well as the social challenges? This training is designed to help ease the student's transition between high school and college.  The focus is to help the student be self-assured on the college campus and promote the awareness that proper behaviors and respect are important for one's success in college.

  • Exhibiting Proper Etiquette Behaviors on Campus
  • Positive Interactions with Others
  • Respect & Being Courteous
  • Embracing Diversity
  • Self-Presentation Skills
  • Meeting New People & Networking Strategies 
  • Overall Appearance & Appropriate Dress
  • Posture, Body Language, Poise
  • The College Experience  - Tips for College Success
  • Dorm Room Etiquette
  • Sharing and Respecting Others Space (The Golden Rule)
  • Classroom Etiquette


Building Blocks for Successful Employment

"Etiquette for New Professionals"

College-EmploymentThis training workshop is designed to help individuals be successful in the workplace.  The newcomer gains a deeper understanding of the importance of occupational behaviors, taking pride in one's job, as well as exhibiting good Work Ethics.  Training Overview:

  • Job Etiquette
  • The Importance & Benefits of Exhibiting Proper Etiquette Behaviors
  • Proper Behaviors and Manners in the Workplace
  • How to make a Positive Impression and Maintain a Good Reputation
  • Self-Presentation Skills & Interacting with Others
  • Qualities of a Successful Employee
  • Workplace Boo-Boos / 10 Behavior Mistakes you need to Avoid


Dining Etiquette and Decorum

"Developing a Powerful Dining Presence" 

college-diningWhich fork do I use?  Where do I place the napkin after the meal?  Is that my glass? 

Dining etiquette is becoming increasingly crucial as more and more business and social engagements are taking place at the table.  Are your students ready for a luncheon interview?  Poor table manners are not viewed favorable.  Not knowing proper etiquette can make one feel intimidated or self-conscious.

Learn fine dining etiquette skills during this hands-on dining tutorial.  This workshop is guaranteed to increase one's dining confidence and provide valuable tips to help individuals be their best in dining situations.  Imagine feeling at ease and exhibiting the highest degree of table decorum when it really counts. 

 "Our mannerisms at the table are constantly observed and judged by others and reflect ones education"

  • The Do's & Don'ts of Dining
  • Table Decorum & Dining Tips
  • American & Continental Dining
  • Navigating the Table Efficiently
  • Restaurant Protocol
  • Social & Networking Dining Techniques
  • Party Etiquette


Social Decorum for College Kings & Queens


College-King-QueenOne of the requirements of college Kings & Queens is that they exhibit a high degree of social decorum and serve their college with style, grace and poise.  As school ambassadors, it is imperative that they interact with the school's officials, the community, and their peers in an exemplary manner. This interactive workshop gives University Kings and Queens an advantage in achieving success during their reign.  Participants gain an in-depth understanding of how exhibiting proper etiquette behaviors and social decorum are important during one's reign.  Powerful social skills promote Confidence and Leadership.  Ladies and Gentlemen are provided tools to enhance their personal brand and learn to intermingle properly and confidently with others of all social backgrounds.  They will also learn social networking strategies which will allow them to easily adapt to a variety of social engagements.    

  • The Importance and Benefits of Exhibiting Proper Etiquette Behaviors
  • First Impressions & What People Judge you on?
  • Fashion & Appropriate Dress
  • Self-Presentation Skills
  • Mingling & Communicating with Others
  • Social Development for Kings & Queens
  • Dining Decorum