Ethnic Etiquette Training Center
Ethnic Etiquette Training Center was founded in 2008 when founder, Roslyn Williams, recognized an urgent need for today’s youth to be educated in a code of polite conduct. Since then EETC has had the opportunity to implement and facilitate the following classes:
Self Esteem/Self Awareness
Our courses have been offered in various schools, afterschool programs, churches, career centers, camps and other educational organizations. EETC’s mission is to provide young men and women between the ages of four and twenty-five, etiquette training that will prepare them to meet society’s behavioral expectations in various social settings with style and grace.
Our objective is
• To produce young men and women that will display appropriate behaviors amongst themselves, their superiors and family.
• To develop young men and young women that will represent their community with excellence by following social rules.
• To prevent bullying and other forms of destructive behaviors by training today’s youth to value themselves and others.