Annual Etiquette Dinner
Hosted by UWB SEA & UWB Career Services
Why Attend the Etiquette Dinner?
Statistics show that 85% of your workplace success is due to your personal skills. So get ready to impress employers with your social graces—start by learning to navigate dining, business, and networking opportunities with confidence and professionalism...
- Learn practical networking etiquette tips while enjoying fabulous food and conversation.
- Practice now, before you head out into the "real world."
- Get answers to your networking and etiquette dilemmas.
- Eat a delicious 3-course dinner!
Guest Speaker: Lincoln Johnson
L. Lincoln Johnson has had the great fortune to be the Director of the Husky Union Building (The HUB) since 1996. In 2009, he was asked to serve as the Associate Vice President for Student Life. In addition to the HUB, his portfolio includes Commencement, Recreational Sports, Fraternity & Sorority Life, Student Publications, Student Legal Services, and the Q Center. Prior to his arrival in Seattle, he served at Louisiana College, Baylor University, and Mississippi State University. He received his undergraduate degree (Music Education) and graduate degree (Higher Education) from Baylor University.
Lincoln has volunteered regionally and internationally with ACUI for 20 years where he served as Region 14 Director (1997-2000), Board of Trustees (2000-02) and ACUI President (2007-08). In some circles, students refer to him as Miss Manners due to his ever-vigilant education of professional dining etiquette for students. During those rare times that he gets to leave campus, Lincoln sings with Opus 7 Vocal Ensemble and volunteers with Teen Feed.
Information and photo were taken from the University of Washington website.
Monday, March 2nd, 6-8pm
18225 Campus Way Northeast
Space is limited. Advance registration is recommended. Remaining tickets will be sold at the door.
Etiquette Events are not just for juniors and seniors. First and second year students are encouraged to attend. Get a head start learning and practicing these important "soft" skills that employers value!
*This event is open to UW Bothell students, alumni, and their guests only. Tickets are not available to the general public.
Tickets can be purchased at:
$5 for students. $25 for guests.
Volunteers get in free. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
RSVPs are enabled for this event.