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Career Catwalk helps students dress for success

Now in its second year, the fashion show showcases professional, interview-appropriate clothing and hairstyles that are inclusive of students' social and cultural identities.
Oct 15, 2018

The 2nd annual Career Catwalk on Oct. 10 began with a fashion show showcasing professional, interview-appropriate clothing and hairstyles that are inclusive of students' social and cultural identities. A panel discussion featuring staff and community members brought additional perspectives on the expression of social and cultural identities at work.

The event also included a padfolio giveaway and a clothing drive to collect donations for the Career Resource Center's Career Closet. The Career Resource Center partnered with Pacific's Intercultural Student Success Office on the event, which drew more than 50 students.  

Did you know about the Career Closet?  
The Career Closet is a free resource for Pacific students that offers a variety of business professional attire that students can borrow for job interviews or meetings with recruiters. The growing assortment of new or gently used suits, skirts, ties, blouses, dress shoes and accessories has been built entirely through donations. 

The CRC also accepts cash donations to defray the cost of dry cleaning. All donations are tax-deductible, and contributions are accepted year-round. Drop off donations at the CRC office on the second floor of the McCaffrey Center. Call 209.946.2361 for additional information.

For more information about the many free resources available at the Career Resource Center, visit Pacific.edu/Careers.  

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