Career Center offers Etiquette Dinner for students

Students at a previous Etiquette Dinner learn the basics of fine dining, professional dress and business protocol. (Credit: Jerry Naunheim)

All students at Washington University in St. Louis are invited to the Etiquette Dinner, an opportunity to enjoy a three-course meal while learning the basics of fine dining.

Registration is required. The dinner is scheduled from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, in the Danforth University Center Orchid Room. Business casual dress is recommended.

Held each semester, the program simulates a lunch/dinner interview and offers tips on fine dining etiquette, professional dress and business protocol.

“Essentially, we hope students come across polished in both the interview process and once on the job,” says program facilitator Scott McIntosh, MBA, events specialist in the Career Center.

Students can register by Feb. 8 to save $5. Final registration and payment of $20 (cash or check only) is required by Feb. 15. To register, students must stop by the Career Center in Room 110 of the Danforth University Center.

The program is co-sponsored by the Career Center and the Women’s Society of Washington University.

For more information, visit or call 314-935-5930.