Red Flash athletes, coaches and staff attended a week of etiquette dinners and mock interviews, hosted by
SFU Athletics, the
Career Services Department, and Saint Francis alumnus Pat Cataldo (Economics '66). Mr. Cataldo, an etiquette consultant, gave a presentation entitled "More Than the Right Fork", a guide for how to interact in a professional setting. It is the second year Mr. Cataldo has held the seminar for students.
“People form impressions in the first 7 seconds after meeting you based on dress, behavior, and manners especially when dining,” Mr. Cataldo said.
The etiquette seminar was part of SFU Athletics' ongoing commitment to educating student-athletes off the court through the
Student-Athlete Development program.
"Our athletic department strives to promote integrity, competitiveness, and preparing student-athletes for graduation and a post-college career," said John Krimmel, Associate Director of Student-Athlete Development. "The etiquette programs are just another investment in creating a 'lifetime experience' for our student-athletes; one where they are better prepared for their life ahead and want to come back and stay connected with their program and University."
Read more about the 2018 Etiquette Seminar
SFU Student-Athlete Development Program