We are proud to announce that our business and community partner Men’s Wearhouse held their first installment of the classroom seminar program How to Dress for Success, First Impressions Are Everything on November 2nd. Business teacher Antoinette DeSisto hosted Operations Manager Briana Rueger during the Introduction to Business classes where 35 students participated in preparing for an interview, selecting appropriate professional apparel for young men and women, and avoiding common interview mistakes. During this seminar students received handouts with Do’s and Don’ts of Interviews and How to Tie Ties brochures. Students also received a 40% off coupon to help start their professional wardrobe. All of these important tips will assist our students in teaching them the importance of professional appearance as well as how to carry themselves during an interview. Men’s Wearhouse will present this seminar again during the second semester. We will also be looking to involve Ms. Rueger and her staff in more of our community based programs as we continue to grow this important partnership.
Know of a business that might be interested in partnering with us? Please share our link below for more information on how to become a partner or call Scott Strainge, Business and Community Partnership Program Director at (603)382-6541 ext. 3907. We will celebrate each partnership with a press release and an individual partnership page on our website to let you know which businesses are supporting our students and programs.
Supporting public education through business partnerships is a wonderful way to give back to your patrons and the community who supports your business.
Timberlane Regional School District Community Partnership Program http://www.timberlane.net/SCP