PSOW Blog

When You Are the Guest and Not the Protocol Officer

PSOW Staff - Thursday, September 13, 2018

Recently, my husband and I were selected to represent South Carolina as a donor family at the Donate Life Transplant Games of America in Salt Lake City, Utah. Our 20-year-old son, Jacob, who died 13 October 2015, was a donor. Our sponsor, Sharing Hope, is a non-profit association dedicated to advancing organ and tissue transplantation and research in South Carolina. Moreover, they provided us with grief counseling and education on the contribution of our son’s donations.  Read more

9.13.2018

What’s in a Name: For the LGBT Community, Outdated Labeling Can Be Offensive

PSOW Staff - Thursday, June 21, 2018

It was the early 1970s, Helen Reddy was proudly singing “I am Woman” and the term “Ms.” first gained prominence among feminists as the chosen honorific for the burgeoning women’s rights movement, even spawning the title of Gloria Steinem’s eponymous and groundbreaking magazine.  Read more

6.21.2018

Meet Odette Charles, "PSOW Walk of Fame" STAR

Guest Blogger - Thursday, June 7, 2018

In honor of National Business Etiquette Week (NBEW), we wanted to take this opportunity to provide a better understanding of our graduates and the amazing things they are doing! Odette Charles is a 2017 graduate of PSOW. Here's what she shared with us!  Read more

6.7.2018

Meet Maryanne Parker, "PSOW Walk of Fame" STAR

Guest Blogger - Tuesday, June 5, 2018

In honor of National Business Etiquette Week (NBEW) June 3-9, 2018, we wanted to take this opportunity to provide a better understanding of our graduates and the amazing things they are doing! Maryanne Parker is a 2017 graduate of PSOW, Here's what she had to tell us!  Read more

6.5.2018

A Casting Call: Seeking The Next Business Etiquette Superstar

PSOW Staff - Friday, May 25, 2018

 The Protocol School of Washington's 12th Annual "National Business Etiquette Week" is June 3-9, 2018.  Read more

5.25.2018
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