My time as the graduate assistant in the Armstrong Career Services office is drawing to a close. I am so grateful for the opportunities I have had to grow both professionally & personally by working in this office. I have learned much about job etiquette, resume & cover letter writing, event planning, and fashion! The staff in the Career Services office, new & old, have taught me what being a young professional means--not to mention they are a great resource to all students & alumni at this university. I highly recommend utilizing the services offered at Armstrong Career Services. (http://www.armstrong.edu/Departments/career_services/career_welcome)
My encouragement as I close this chapter & begin another is this:
In with the new!!
I would like to welcome the new graduate assistant & co-blogger, Abby McAvoy! I would also like to introduce the new Assistant Director, Allison Lyon.Armstrong Career Services is excited about all of the amazing traits & ideas they brings!! Stay tuned for a new& exciting blogging adventure!
From left to right: Abby, Allison, Calyn
My final post:
How many restaurants have you been to with rolled silverware & wondered which side does which utensil belong on? Or even a formal restaurant with the place setting already arranged & you wondered what utensil do I use for what course? You are not alone, we have all been in the dark when it comes to dinner etiquette at one time or another. Since I enjoy being a connoisseur of food in my free time, dinner etiquette is essential regardless of the eatery. This table setting image is all too appropriate for any occasion--so take a gander & get to eating!