Walsh College

Success Center

The Art of Business Dining 

Wednesday, November 8, 6:00-8:00 p.m., Troy Success Center

 

Top executives know business dining counts!  Dining Instructor Linda Hagan, Ph.D., Professor of Marketing and Business Communications, will offer tips on:  

  • How to make a positive first impression
  • Which fork to use
  • Which menu items to select or avoid
  • Who orders, who pays, and who tips

Registration required at https://wwws.walshcollege.edu/dinner/dinner.aspx 

Cost:  $15 per person (includes meal, taxes, and gratuities)

Open to students, alumni, and their guests

Professional business attire 

Limited to first 40 registrations

Food Allergies or Special Meal Needs?  If you have food allergies or need a special request (gluten free, vegan, etc.) please email registration@walshcolleg.edu by October29, so we can work with our caterer to accommodate you. The venue is unable to accommodate special requests made on site.

This event is sponsored by the Charles M. Bauervic Foundation.

 

Mentor Program 

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Walsh College offers students and alumni the opportunity to connect as business professionals in their areas of interest. Mentors can provide invaluable advice on career paths and share insights they have gained along the way. 

 

Our next Mentor Program will be Friday, October 6, at 6 p.m.

If you would like to become a mentor, apply at:    Mentor Application

If you are a student and want a mentor, apply at:    Student Application

Requirements

  • Complete our program application

  • Commit four hours of your time for two semesters

  • Attend two events (our Kickoff  our Mentor Program Dinner on April 6)

  • Ask for or give career advice via a method of communication best suited for both parties (email, LinkedIn, texting, phone, in-person meetings, Skype) depending on preferences and availability 

Participation in the program depends on the number of students/mentors who have applied with similar interests; an application does not guarantee that you will be matched with a mentor.

This program is designed to support your personal and professional growth.  It is not intended to serve as an avenue for hiring, result in a promise of employment, or be used for transacting business.

 


Communication Workshops

 

 

Troy Campus, 4:30-5:30, Success Center Room 123 

APA Format

  October 25:  Learn to avoid plagiarism with APA format.

Clear, Concise, and Precise

  November 1:  Learn to cut words, not content.

APA Format

  November 15:  Bring a paper you are working on and ask questions about citing.

No registration necessary