Dining Etiquette

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Business Etiquette 101 Preparing Students for the Real World
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The Agenda Career Preparation Creating a Resume and Cover Letter Interviewing Etiquette Social Etiquette Dining with Style and Grace Communicating with the Industry
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Career Preparation
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Why Prepare? It’s a jungle out there…. . Competition is strong, and the way we present ourselves is under closer examination more than ever before.
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Preparing for Work Positive Thinking – start your preparation for work now, by developing a positive attitude about life. Getting Started – Obtain literature, read books on career advice, find out who your local employers are. Complete career awareness assessments to determine what you may be good at. Leisure interests – activities and interests outside of your studies may help direct you into a career.
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Defining your Ideal Job Eight Factors to consider: Which skills do you want to use? What special knowledge do you have? What kind of people do you want to work with? What kind of work environment do you prefer? Where do you want your next job to be? How much money do you want to make? How much responsibility are you willing to accept? What things are important to you?
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Starting out The Basics – the best jobs are obtained by those who plan, get themselves organized and then act. It takes time and practice. Vacation and part-time work – get work experience. Employers prefer someone who has positive work experience. Choosing your employer – select one that can provide a valuable learning experience. Tracking down the right job – approach jobs of interest regardless if an opening is available.
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What do Employers Want? www.jist.com
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Creating a Powerful Resume and Cover Letter
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Why is a Resume so Important? Organizes your thoughts. Helps you recognize skills and interests. Makes you feel good about yourself. Markets your functional skills better. Turns your education into a career reality. Helps you achieve your goals.
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What Can a Resume Help You Do? Apply for summer and part-time jobs Apply for colleges and for scholarships Apply for internships Find mentors Get References Apply for community service Distribute at job fairs Network
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Creating your Resume Your Contact Information Your Goal or Objective Education and Academics Skills Honors and Awards Activities Workshops, Seminars and Related Programs Internships, Work-Study Programs and Tech Prep Programs Service-Learning and Volunteer Experiences Work Experience
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ndy G. Tabori 08 North Cliff Avenue eno, NV 99999 555) 555-0000 bjective Seeking an internship in the field of culinary arts and the hospitality industry. ducation
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