The UGA Student Government Association Professional Clothing Closet, which provides students with one free gently used professional outfit per academic year, recently reached 500 students served.
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The University of Georgia’s Student Government Association is holding a pre-professional book drive at the Tate Student Center from Nov. 9-13.
Experience in the workforce is one of the best ways to learn. Through its professional clothing closet initiative, the University of Georgia Student Government Association is making it easier and more affordable for students to promote themselves and gain these valuable experiences.
A UGA Student Government Association-sponsored program launched in November provides free professional clothing for students for job interviews, career fairs and other events.
At the University of Georgia and in the city of Athens, there are a multitude of resources for every worst-case scenario. When your parents, guardians or friends don’t have the answer, here’s a helpful guide for the student or newcomer.
All year, University of Georgia Student Government Association Senators Matthew McDaniel and Sabina Ashurova have loaned their own professional clothes to their peers in need. By next fall, they hope that will no longer be necessary with the opening of their professional clothing closet initiative in collaboration with the Career Center.
When Tatiana Veneruso leaves her home, she’s hardly ever underdressed — unless it’s to go to her local CVS Pharmacy.
In a small closet with no doors, plastic hangers are hung snugly, showcasing an abundance of colors, patterns and shapes. Button-ups, dresses …
Classes starting up means back to school shopping for everything under the sun, including supplies, furniture and of course, clothes. With peo…