2019 UCLA Professional Etiquette Dinner with Mary Crane for Graduate Students and Postdoctoral Scholars

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UCLA Faculty Center, 480 Charles E Young Drive North Los Angeles, CA 90095
Thursday, February 28, 2019 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Tickets will go on sale starting February 7th, 2019

This event is limited to current UCLA graduate students and UCLA postdocs.

During this three-course dinner, graduate students and postdocs will learn the rules for navigating a professional lunch or dinner, which is often part of the search process in professional interviewing contexts - including academia, and an integral part of professional careers.  Students will also learn tips on how to select appropriate restaurants, timing of business discussions, addressing wait staff and other essential skills, enhancing their confidence and comfort in professional-social settings.

Expert, author and consultant, Mary Crane has been delivering high energy, high impact programs to leading universities and Fortune500 companies for more than 10 years.  Her fundamental message has remained the same: while an individual's IQ and GPA helps open doors, critically important people skills help land the job, close the deal, and build teams that transform organizations.  Her seminars provide participants with the skills they need to put their best, most effective selves forward.

Mary Crane is the author of the "100 Things You Need to Know" book series, which focuses on professional development areas such as starting work, networking, business etiquette, and time management. Please use this link to get more information about these resources and how you can order the books online. Additionally, Ms. Crane will have the books available for purchase at the event, so please bring cash if you are interested in purchasing one or more. 

*If cost precludes you from participating in this event, please email: dblancha [at] career.ucla.edu  with the subject line "grad etiquette sponsor". 10 spots will be sponsored by the Graduate Division and requests to sponsor will be confirmed by Feb. 13th. 

** The total cost of this event is $75 per person, though the cost for UCLA students/postdocs is only $15.  Because space is so limited, if you purchase a ticket and find you cannot attend please email dblancha [at] career.ucla.edu to have someone take your place.  Tickets are non-refundable after February 21st.