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ISU Dresses Students for Success

The Career Center hosted an event Tuesday afternoon to give out business attire clothing. All of the gently used items were donated from groups throughout the community. From suits to shoes, this mock store had everything the students would need to help them look the part.
Indiana State University is making sure its students are prepared for all aspects of the job interview.

The Career Center hosted an event Tuesday afternoon to give out business attire clothing.

All of the gently used items were donated from groups throughout the community.

From suits to shoes, this mock store had everything the students would need to help them look the part.

Officials say these events are crucial for  students to get the jobs they've spent the last four years preparing for.

"This is a gets them some really good quality clothing that they may not be able to afford. I know a lot of students are working part-time and full-time jobs, but there still not able to go out and buy that really expensive suit or tie in that kind of wardrobe. So just so this allows them to get at least one full complete outfit," said Jeff Hudnall of the ISU Career Center.

Students can try out their new clothing at school's career fair. That's Wednesday, September 25.
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