LAULYP Dress For Success 2011 (Recap Video)





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Published on Apr 26, 2011

The Los Angeles Urban League Young Professionals (LAULYP) are working with the Crenshaw High School students to understand the importance of dressing for success. We will be providing tips and advice on what to wear to work and to job interviews.

In job-hunting, first impressions are critical. Remember, you are marketing a product — yourself — to a potential employer, and the first thing the employer sees when greeting you is your attire. Will dressing properly get you the job? Of course not, but it will give you a competitive edge and a positive first impression. With cover letters, it's the opening paragraph and a quick scan of your qualifications. With resumes, it is a quick scan of your accomplishments. With the job interview, it's how you're dressed that sets the tone of the interview.

Saturday, April 16th, 2011
9:00 a.m. -- 3:00 p.m.

Crenshaw High School -- Library
5010 11th Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90043

Volunteers needed to dress in "what not to wear & what to wear" business and business casual outfits. Volunteers would participate in a "Fashion Show". After the "Fashion Show" volunteers would chaperon and guide students through shopping for clothes.

To sign up, email your full name and contact number to csc@laulyp.com (subject line: Dress For Success)

*Please note, gift cards will be provided to students for shopping

Thank you for your time and dedication,

Tamika Dyson LAULYP Community Service Chair

Cynthia McNamee LAULYP Community Service Co Chair

Steven Turner LAULYP Community Service Co Chair

Tezra Player LAULYP Community Service Co Chair

Email: csc@laulyp.com| www.laulyp.com | www.laul.org | www.nul.org

Music by XP Musik


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