History: Dress for Success Atlanta equips women with the tools they need to flourish in life and in business — from suits, shoes and accessories for interviews to programs that assist with job training, career coaching, and a network of resources and support. The Atlanta chapter was incorporated 22 years ago.
Did you know: Every year, on average, about 600 unemployed and under-employed women access Dress for Success programs that focus on job readiness and career growth.
Its motto: With volunteer and partner support, Dress for Success motto is “to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and development tools to help them thrive in work and in life.”
How you can help: Become a mentor or offer career information as a speaker at an educational workshop. Volunteer by assisting with office duties, organize a fundraising event, or become a super sorter by choosing the best professional outfits from clothing donations.
To learn more: Visit atlanta.dressforsuccess.org or call 404-589-1177.
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