Be the Best You Can Be! (full day camp)

Let's face it; how we behave is a choice, and as your teen moves into adult life, the choices get more complicated. Teens are out in the world, meeting all kids of people and going different places on their own.   Mannerly Manners® a leading etiquette source supports family values and helps teens reach their goals in lif from college and job interview to feeling comfortable in any social situation. Research studies show that 85% of success in life depends on our social skills! Our "manners for everyday life™ give teens the tools to increase their confidence! Class includes; individual attention, 49-page guidebook, many handouts supporting lessons, breaks with snack, dessert meal and certificate of completion. BRING A BAG LUNCH, HAVE FUN AND SPEND THE DAY!

The course includes:

    • Manners - what does it mean to me?
    • Introductions- proper greetings and handshake, importance of body language, eye contact and the value of a smile.
    • Conversation Skills-how to talk with anyone, entering and exiting a room with ease.
    • Interviewing Skills-from the interview for college to the job these skills are important in today’s world!
    • Table Manners-how to be seated and seat someone, guest and restaurant etiquette, American and Continental eating styles, napkin use, and much more.
    • Electronic Communication Etiquette-how to properly use the telephone and cell phone at home and in public.
    • Thank You Notes-understanding this lost art!
    • Character Development - how to feel and act confident in all social situations
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“The conference was an overwhelming success and you played a key role in making it happen. Your session was interactive and informative...You provided our teens with great lessons on how to handle themselves appropriately in different social settings, as well as the extra edge of social skills needed in the 'real world'."

Brazellia Baker, Boys & Girls Clubs of America