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Develop your own self-identity and build confidence, thinking skills and self-esteem.  Learn the necessary social and leadership skills to handle a variety of situations with poise and confidence.

Make your best impression while feeling comfortable and self-assured in every social situation.

Etiquette and Imaging Classes for Teens

The Etiquette School of Manhattan provides quality teen programs, which will give you the essential tools to succeed personally and professionally.

Social Skills, Communication Skills, Dining Skills, Leadership Skills.
  • Dynamic Impressions
  • Self-Identity, Self-Expression, Self-Esteem
  • Confidence and Character Building
  • Self-Respect and Respect Others
  • Posturing, Polished, Prepared, Poised, and Polite
  • Approachable Attitude
  • Body Language Talk
  • Nonverbal Communication
  • Life Changers
  • Speech, Slang and Small Talk
  • Growing Socially and Emotionally
  • Understanding Modalities
  • Communication and Conversation
  • Voice, Vocabulary and Visual
  • Successful Speaking Skills
  • Powerful Listening Skills
  • Personal and Professional Success
  • Handling the Handshake
  • Going Global
  • Essentials for Meeting and Greeting
  • Impressive Introductions
  • Image Perception
  • Appalling Attire
  • Wardrobe Building
  • Dressing the Body You Have
  • Deficient Telephone Skills
  • Cellular Courtesy
  • Details of Dating
  • Designer Labels
  • Establishing a Budget
  • Skin, Hair, and Hand Care
  • Make-up, Grooming Tips
  • Destructive Topics
  • Handling the Interview with Panache
  • Written Communications
  • Teens Business Etiquette
  • Gift Giving and Receiving
  • Accepting and Giving an Apology and Compliments
  • Accepting and Declining Requests
  • Embarrassing Movements
  • Compulsive Texting and Modern Technology
  • Cyber Rudeness
  • Graduations, Invitations, Announcements
  • Attending Funeral Etiquette


Knowledge of good table etiquette and dining skills is vitally important to make that dynamic impression. By acquiring and mastering fine dining skills, you position yourself in a professional leadership role.
  • Pre-Dining Etiquette
  • Place Setting and Service Plate
  • Navigating the Napkin
  • Seating and Socializing
  • Silverware Savvy
  • Unusual Utensils
  • Glassware Placement
  • Hosting the Guest
  • Helpful Hints
  • Styles of Eating
  • Toasting
  • Ordering Tips
  • Eating and Removing Various Foods
  • Restaurant Dining Protocol
  • Global Eating
  • Tipping
  • Wait Staff Wise

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