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Dealers from H.O Penn-CAT engage in table topics with sponsored students from Penn College's diesel technology and on-site power generation majors.
Dealers from H.O Penn-CAT engage in table topics with sponsored students from Penn College’s diesel technology and on-site power generation majors.
Amelia A. Seaton (right) and her Le Jeune Chef colleagues – Joseph M. Trainor, maitre d'hotel, and Susan L. Shannon from the restaurant waitstaff – inspire students in navigating the choppy waters of fine dining.
Amelia A. Seaton (right) and her Le Jeune Chef colleagues – Joseph M. Trainor, maitre d’hotel, and Susan L. Shannon from the restaurant waitstaff – inspire students in navigating the choppy waters of fine dining.
Erin J. McMurray, lab supervisor for physical fitness specialist (seated at center) is surrounded by her mentees and restaurant staff.
Erin J. McMurray, lab supervisor for physical fitness specialist (seated at center) is surrounded by her mentees and restaurant staff.
Representatives of Ransome CAT join students from a variety of related majors in the School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies.
Representatives of Ransome CAT join students from a variety of related majors in the School of Transportation & Natural Resources Technologies.
Alban Tractor Co., another student benefactor in the Caterpillar network
Alban Tractor Co., another student benefactor in the Caterpillar network

Career Services recently hosted two Etiquette Dinners for Caterpillar scholarship recipients and their donors, as well as for students in the Physical Fitness Specialist program. Amelia A. Seaton, dining room manager at Le Jeune Chef Restaurant, instructed students in a number of important areas, such as proper choice of utensils, how to know which bread plate and drink go with which place setting, the correct way to excuse oneself in order to use the restroom or how to leave flatware at the end of the meal. More importantly, attendees learned how proper table manners can help project confidence and maturity to a prospective employer. “It’s a great opportunity for students to handle proper eating, while thinking about carrying on a business-like conversation, which is something they’re going to have to be able to gracefully do in interviews” said Career Services’ Dana R. Suter, who has coordinated the event for the past few years. The final Etiquette Dinner for the fall series is Tuesday, Nov. 12. Please contact Career Services for registration details.
Photos by Dana R. Suter, coordinator of part-time student employment and career programs, and Kay E. Dunkleberger, coordinator of disability services

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