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In-person Etiquette Dinners resume at LJC

Student leaders gather for an enlightening (and tasty) Etiquette Dinner at Le Jeune Chef Restaurant.
Student leaders gather for an enlightening (and tasty) Etiquette Dinner at Le Jeune Chef Restaurant.

Twelve campus leaders recently attended the first Etiquette Dinner of the semester at Penn College’s Le Jeune Chef Restaurant.

Etiquette Dinners provide an opportunity for students to join Career Services and Le Jeune Chef staff for a delicious meal while having fun, as well as learning the do’s of eating and interviewing in a fine-dining atmosphere.

The Office of Student Engagement and Career Services – pleased to be able to hold such an in-person event again – collaborated on the event in advance of Penn College’s Spring Career Fair. The dinner was coordinated by Erin S. Shultz, career services manager (who provided the photo); Stacey L. Girven, career and alumni engagement coordinator; and Shannon L. Skaluba, OSE’s student organization specialist.

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