One of the biggest tips we share with job seekers is to always dress professionally for a job interview. While a suit is not necessary for every interview, an applicant should dress to impress any potential employer. First impressions are an important part of the interview process and that is why we want to help out the Literacy Network with a clothing drive.
The Literacy Network is a program funded by the United Way of Dane County that provides assistance to low-literacy adults in our area. The mission of this non-profit program is to assist adults with literacy skills with a focus on health, financial and workplace literacy. The Literacy Network now seeks gently-used clothing for adults seeking employment.
When we first heard about this need, we knew we had to do what we could to help out. Between Monday, March 23—Friday, April 3, Drake & Company Staffing Specialists will hold a Dressed For Success clothing drive to benefit the Literacy Network. Please drop off clean and gently used items at our office to donate.
Items most needed:
Donations can be dropped off at Drake & Company, 660 W Washington Avenue, Suite 300, Madison on Monday through Friday, 8 a.m.—5 p.m. If you have questions about the clothing drive, please contact Stephanie at (608) 257-2411.
The Literacy Network is also in need of volunteers to help sort clothing for the Dressed For Success program. Please call the organization directly for more details at (608) 244-3911.
Stephanie Beirne Leuer is the Marketing Coordinator at Drake & Company, a staffing firm based in Madison, Wisconsin. Drake & Company specializes in temporary, temp-to-hire, and direct hire administrative, clerical and legal placements. Since 1978, Drake has reached beyond skills and qualifications to match candidate personalities with a company’s culture. You can connect with Stephanie by email, and you can find Drake & Company on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Instagram and Pinterest.