We positively attract the attention of our clients and partners.
We provide our adult and youth students with engaging etiquette training.
We empower our students to be confident and utilize the training that that they were taught in every day practices.
Who We Are
We are a collective of individuals who believe that etiquette will advance your life in ways the education and connections will not. We believe that by positively engaging students with interactive training, we will expand their horizons and empower them to actively embrace and utilize modern etiquette.
To provide individuals and organizations with etiquette and protocol preparation and life skills that will engage, enlighten and empower.
To be the premier communications company communities hire when looking to advance themselves and their organizations with foundational etiquette and protocol awareness and competence.
Jacqueline M. Northrop BakerFounder and Principal Consultant
Brandi WhiteLead Scarlet Instructor
Kenzie CurrentSpecial Event Assistance
Justin KimpsonScarlet Instructor
Deidre SaylesSocial Media & Communications Assistant
Kristin BlakelyScarlet Instructor
Christina ChengScarlet Instructor
Aaron JacksonScarlet Instructor
Samantha ToddOperations Manager
Some Statistics About Us
Career ReadinessBusiness and Career etiquette is essential to obtaining, keeping and growing in a job or career. In our Career Readiness and Business Etiquette classes, we prepare youth and adult clients for professional success. We teach essential interview, professional dress, relationships building and cross cultural etiquette in the workplace.
Etiquette for EntrepreneursWhen starting and growing a business, there are essential communication and business skills that are essential to ensuring success. We guide entrepreneurs through critical business, communication, dining, travel and social networking etiquette that will help to enhance their personal presence and ensure that their business grows and thrives.
Youth EtiquetteWe provide youth with foundational and core basic and advanced etiquette training in over 100 topics. Our youth etiquette training is engaging, modern, relevant and allows students to understand how they can utilize etiquette in their every day lives immediately.
Wayne County Community College District
Cotillion Society of Detroit – Education Foundation
The Etiquette Core (Meet Scarlet I)
- Saturday, February 28, 2015 – 10 am – 12 pm – Girls – Ages 8-12 – Detroit, MI
- Saturday, March 28, 2015 – 10 am – 12 pm – Girls – Ages 8-12 – Washington,DC
- Saturday, May 30, 2015 – 10 am – 12 pm – Boys – Ages 8-12 – Detroit, MI
The Meet Scarlet Etiquette Core course is designed to provide students with introductory information on how to conduct themselves and respond to various formal and casual situations.
Upon completion of the course, students will be able to:
Demonstrate how to properly greet and hold a conversation with someone
Understand the importance of eye contact
Demonstrate how to properly give and receive a compliment
Determine proper basic dining elements
Determine which fork, plate and glass to utilize while dining
Understand the importance of positively representing themselves online
Determine how to respond in various social and formal settings
The Etiquette Essentials (Meet Scarlet II)
- Saturday, June 20, 2015 – 10 am – 12 pm – Girls – Ages 13-17 – Detroit, MI
- Saturday, August 29, 2015 – 10 am – 12 pm – Boys – Ages 13 – 17 – Washington, DC
- Saturday, November 29, 2015 – 10 am – 12 pm – Co-Ed – Ages 13 – 17 – Detroit, MI
*This course includes a complete 3-course meal*
Meet Scarlet II, Etiquette Essentials is designed to provide students with advanced information and tutorials on how to conduct themselves in formal, personal and business social settings.
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
Demonstrate and explain basic and advanced dining settings and placements
Understand how to properly represent yourself online
Understand travel etiquette and protocol
Understand job preparation tips
Understand how to properly calculate a tip
Demonstrate dining server signs and tips
Identify interview dress and protocol for colleges and jobs
Identify basic cultural standards