Engineering Etiquette Dinner

6:00 pm on Tuesday, March 19, 2013
8:00 pm on Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Photonics Center, 8 Saint Mary’s St., 9th Floor Colloquium Room
Throughout your professional career you will more than likely attend corporate dinners. This event will demonstrate and teach you how to act and EAT at these dinners.

Keynote Guest: Maureen Crawford Hentz

Maureen Crawford Hentz is the US manager of talent acquisition for a large global manufacturing firm, with more than 12 years of recruiting and employment experience.

In addition to her full time job she is a nationally-recognized career advice and recruiting expert. Her expertise covers a range of career topics including new media recruiting, disabilities in the workplace, business etiquette, and GLBT issues.

Crawford Hentz has been quoted by The New York Times, NewsDay, The Boston Globe and National Public Radio, among others. She is a regular contributor to the (dearly departed) HR blog and the online career magazine She recently conducted a new media recruiting seminar for the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

An award-winning program presenter, Crawford Hentz is known for lively and informative workshops. She has given standing-ovation etiquette dinners at colleges nationwide.

RSVP: To sign up and reserve your spot (space is limited) you must go to the front desk of the Career Development Office located at 44 Cummington St, Room 112.

Students must sign up in person at the CDO and will need to pay $20 to reserve their spot. This money will be refunded at the end of the event.

Come for the complimentary three course meal with beverages and leave with a better sense on what is appropriate and expected of you as a professional!