Career Services invites students to learn about business apparel and etiquette
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Career Services invites students to learn about business apparel and etiquette

A student models business attire during the Career Services event. (Photo by Becky Kirkland)

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n March, students took a break from fast food, jeans and T-shirts to enjoy a fashion show featuring professional attire — along with a six-course meal, which served as the opportunity to sharpen their skills in etiquette.

“Professional Dress and Business Etiquette,” co-sponsored by the College’s Career Services and Kraft Foods, was an opportunity for students, soon to be seeking jobs, to get advice on appropriate behavior and appearance in professional settings.

A consultant from Belk department stores was on hand to offer fashion tips, as student models demonstrated what’s hot and what’s not in proper career apparel. The event was held in the Walnut Room, N.C. State University Student Center.









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