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Gentlemen's Code of Distinction

teen boys code of distinction

Gentlemen's Code of Distinction is presented at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. This wonderful and prestigious institution is an excellent backdrop and environment to conduct the program.

This 5 week program of distinction will help young men, ages 13-17, achieve important life skills.

Gentlemen's Code of Distinction meets once a week on Saturday for 5 weeks over the summer.  The session are comprised of learning about personal branding, to include personal conduct and presentation, as well as other important topics related to teen gentlemen.

Topics include: leadership, self-confidence, attitude, respecting yourself, the art of listening, dining, dating, dress, skin care, interview etiquette, how you speak, correspondence etiquette, smart phone etiquette, the art of thank you, proper introductions, party etiquette, dancing for the prom and more.

The sessions are held for three hours on Saturday mornings 9:00am to 12:00 noon for 5 weeks.

This program includes a four course graduation lunch at Hall's Chop House on King Street in Charleston.

This program is designed to teach teen boys about civility, respect for themselves, and respect for others in a rapidly changing world.

Sponsors of the program are: Berlins Mens Clothing Store and Debbie Housand Dance 

For the next scheduled Gentlemen's Code of Distinction program, see Upcoming Events. 

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