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WHAT: Massachusetts Institute of Technology's third annual Charm
School, one of the events in MIT's January Independent
Activities Period, will feature a number of booths designed
to make MIT students more "charming" and this year will
feature a "commencement speech" by Miss. Manners, Judith
WHEN: Wednesday, January 25, 1995
Charm School: 12:00-4:00 pm
(Miss. Manners will be present at Charm School)
Miss. Manners' Talk: 5:00-6:30 pm
WHERE: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA
Main Lobby (Lobby 7) and Lobby 10 (under great dome)
Please call for parking information
With college students needing any edge they can get in the job market,
what better service to the students than setting up a charm school right
on campus! In its third year, MIT's Charm School, is a fun and
lighthearted part of the Institute's Independent Activities Period, or
January term. Charm School provides a fun way for students to ask some
serious etiquette questions, polish their social skills and have a bit
of fun. Students can go from booth to booth and earn a charm coupon for
each lesson completed--6 subjects will yield a bachelor's degree, eight
a master's and twelve a PhD.
Subjects include: Buttering up Big Shots Body Language
Impressive Interviewing Ballroom Dance
E-mail and Network Etiquette Clothing Statements
It's Alimentary--complete with practice dinner tables
Formalities ...and much more
Of course the fashion cop is also looming so be careful what you wear,
lest you get a ticket!
Please Note: These events are designed for students, reporters are
welcome, but there is not room for the general public.