Philadelphia non-profit that helps women transition back into the workplace is expanding its services.
A non-profit known for helping women make a first impression on job interviews is hosting a day to remind women that they’re smart and sexy too.
Career Wardrobe’s store on Spring Garden Street, The Wardrobe Boutique, is full of fashion: clothes, accessories and bags, all donated to raise money for other women.
Cole says social media sites like Facebook and LinkedIn provide new opportunities for women seeking work to boost their professional image. But it can also hurt their image.
The Career Wardrobe is a non-profit that knows the power of a suit. Tomorrow the group will honor a woman tomorrow who is helping to fashion a future for the women around her.
A major fundraising challenge is being undertaken by Career Wardrobe in Philadelphia and if the agency wins the challenge, it could receive a grant of $150,000.
A non-profit who provides professional clothing and job-readiness training to women who are getting back to work is looking for volunteers.
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For 17 years Career Wardrobe has helped low income area women dress for the interview and job.
“I created a program three years ago to help women in this economy to gain hope and confidence,” says Marc Voci, whose salon is in Folsom, Pa.
Low income women looking for a job can take can take part in a day-long event to get them on the right path.
As the Career Wardrobe celebrates its 16 years of helping women in transition, it is presenting a special award to one of its volunteers, who had to overcome her own adversities to succeed.