A Wardrobes for Work Open House is being held on Tuesday, November 28th at Neumann University in Aston, Pa. in the RAB building from 10 a.m. to 2. p.m.
Neumann University’s Center for Leadership has collected over 7000 pieces of clothing through the generosity of area government offices, businesses, organizations and individuals. At this event, men’s and women’s business attire and casual clothing is being distributed for free. Individuals will be able to take up to 3 outfits. These can be used for job interviews and when starting a new job. The goal of Wardrobes to Work is to remove one of the financial challenges – having workplace-appropriate attire — that individuals may face when they are going on job interviews, reentering the workforce, starting a new job, or maintaining their existing work wardrobe. The program is coordinated by Danielle McNichol, Esq., Director of the Center for Leadership and General Counsel for Neumann University. Learn more about the program and plan to attend the Open House or schedule a private visit.