March 4th, 2012

Students Brush Up On Proper Etiquette at MIT’s Charm School

by Jacqueline Whitmore

You can be an absolute genius and still not know which fork to use. These MIT students know that they need more than just an advanced degree to get ahead in life. That’s why they’re learning the ABC’s of Business Etiquette at MIT’s charm school.

Do you think business etiquette should be a required course for all college students?

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3 Responses to “Students Brush Up On Proper Etiquette at MIT’s Charm School”

  1. Peggy M. parks on March 5th, 2012 4:39 am


  2. King Saul on March 5th, 2012 5:39 pm

    Etiquette needs to be taught in all levels of education in America. In my organization RFA etiquette is top priority for socializing and networking. With etiquette we can better enjoy the company of others, let expand this charm education for all schools in America.
    God Bless America,
    King Saul

  3. Julia on March 9th, 2012 3:04 pm

    I think that everyone who respects themselves and others should make an effort and learn at least the basic etiquette rules.

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