Dress for Success (NYC)
Join us for our largest and most glamourous event that includes a fashion show, a panel, and roundtable networking session featuring successful industry professionals on April 23 in NYC.
Don’t know what to wear for that interview? Not really sure what Casual Friday means? We’ll help you out. Join the experts from CollegeFashionista and “The Intern Queen” Lauren Berger for a night of style and substance.
Stop by the Dress for Success networking event on Thursday, April 23, from 6:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m. in the Student Union on the NYC Campus, where you can view some great professional looks, meet guest speakers, get some styling tips, and share a snack.
Style-gurus from CollegeFashionista will help you take your look from drab to fab—on a budget—starting with a student-run fashion show that showcases great looks that won’t blow your college student budget. They’ll help you develop your signature looks for interviews, every day in the office, and even casual Fridays.
After the fashion show, Lauren Berger, CEO of InternQueen.com and author of All Work No Pay: Finding an Internship, Building Your Resume, Making Connections, and Gaining Job Experience, will give you the extra oomph you need to get a great internship, make the connections you need to make, and so much more.
Business casual attire required. This event is brought to the Pace Community by Profashionals, the Lubin School of Business, Pace’s Career Services, the Ad Club, Successful Women at Pace (SWAP) Network, the Rotaract Club, and ALPFA.
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