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Friday, January 29, 2010, MIT's Stratton Student Center

Take a class

IAP WORKSHOPS IN 2010
Charm School will soon be announcing this year's IAP workshops!

Monday, January 25 at 12PM
Dating Etiquette
Dating 101 with MIT Health Educator Kate McCarthy.

Wednesday, January 27 at 6PM
Semi-Formal Etiquette Dinner
Complimentary meal with table manners training.

All Charm School classes are electives, so take anything you want.

You do not have to pre-register for any class — just show up at any time during the afternoon! Classes will begin anew every 15 minutes. A listing of rooms and times will be available on the day of the event.

Charm School is open to ALL MIT students. Tell your friends!.

These are the classes that will be offered at Charm School 2010:

    12-1PM Offerings
  • Nonverbal Communication/Rate Your Handshake
  • Library Etiquette: Information Search-A-Thon
  • Finding True Love Online: The Do's and Don'ts of Online Dating
  • Dating for Dummies
  • Game Theory: The Art of the Pick-Up
  • Writing Thank You Letters
  • Cultured Pearls: Tips for a Diverse Workplace
  • How To Tell Somebody Something They'd Rather Not Hear
  • Finding Alumni Career Advisors
  • Bow Tie Tying and Suspender Selection
  • Gym Etiquette and Comfort Zone
  • Artful Email as a Competitive Advantage
  • Professional Drinking hosted by CDSA
  • Pasta vs. Noodles (MISTI China, Italy)
  • French Kissing 101 (MISTI France)
  • Israeli Folk Dancing Experiment (MISTI Israel)
  • Authentic Mexican Food vs. the American Version (MISTI Mexico)


  • 1-2PM Offerings
  • Nonverbal Communication/Rate Your Handshake
  • Library Etiquette: Information Search-A-Thon
  • Finding True Love Online: The Do's and Don'ts of Online Dating
  • Approaching Strangers
  • Game Theory: The Art of the Pick-Up
  • Cultured Pearls: Tips for a Diverse Workplace
  • How To Tell Somebody Something They'd Rather Not Hear
  • Finding Alumni Career Advisors
  • Bow Tie Tying and Suspender Selection
  • Gym Etiquette and Comfort Zone
  • Artful Email as a Competitive Advantage
  • Presentation Zen: Delivering Powerful Presentations
  • Professional Drinking hosted by CDSA
  • Pasta vs. Noodles (MISTI China, Italy)
  • French Kissing 101 (MISTI France)
  • Israeli Folk Dancing Experiment (MISTI Israel)
  • Authentic Mexican Food vs. the American Version (MISTI Mexico)


  • 2-3PM Offerings
  • Nonverbal Communication - Job Hiring
  • Library Etiquette: Information Search-A-Thon
  • Finding True Love Online: The Do's and Don'ts of Online Dating
  • Perfect Propriety in the New Millennium, hosted by Etiquetteer
  • Speaking to Girls 101
  • How to Be Your Best Brand Ambassador
  • Making Conversation: The Art of Getting Things Going
  • How To Tell Somebody Something They'd Rather Not Hear
  • Finding Alumni Career Advisors
  • How to Dress In a Suit
  • Evaluation Etiquette: How to Give Constructive Feedback to Your Professors
  • Be a Charming Public Speaker
  • How to Read a Menu at a Restaurant
  • Professional Drinking hosted by CDSA
  • Besame...Besame Mucho: Kissing Etiquette in Spain (MISTI Spain)
  • Samba for Scientists (MISTI Brazil)
  • Confessing Your Love with Chocolate: Japanese Valentine's Day Etiquette (MISTI Japan)


  • 3-4PM Offerings
  • Nonverbal Communication
  • Don't Mess Up the Break Up
  • Perfect Propriety in the New Millennium, hosted by Etiquetteer
  • Speaking to Girls 101
  • How to Ask for Letters of Recommendation
  • Making Conversation: The Art of Getting Things Going
  • Finding Alumni Career Advisors
  • How to Dress In a Suit
  • Evaluation Etiquette: How to Give Constructive Feedback to Your Professors
  • Laying On the Charm
  • Professional Drinking hosted by CDSA
  • Besame...Besame Mucho: Kissing Etiquette in Spain (MISTI Spain)
  • Samba for Scientists (MISTI Brazil)
  • Confessing Your Love with Chocolate: Japanese Valentine's Day Etiquette (MISTI Japan)
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