I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted anything. Here is why….college has been kicking my butt!
Please bare with me as this site will now be under construction. So many new and great things will be coming! Thank you for all of the support 🙂
This past Monday we had the Dress for Success event at Southern New Hampshire University. We were lead by two speakers that gave some useful/important tips on how to dress up for an internship, job interview, etc.
A big thank you to Krystal Miller whom gave some great tips to our ladies on professional attire, and Bernie Marchowsky from George’s Apparel who gave some great tips to our gentlemen. We hope you all enjoyed this wonderful event.
Delta Mu Delta
FBLA – PBL
SNHU Career Development Center
Men’s suits provided by George’s Apparel (click for website)
The Style Club has partnered up with Delta Mu Delta, Future Business Leaders of America, and the Career Development Center to bring to you “Dress for Success” on Monday, November 12 from 5:00 to 6:00p.m at Southern New Hampshire University (Robert Frost Hall).
When: Monday, November 12, 2012 from 5:00-6:00 PM
Where: Walker Auditorium in Robert Frost Hall, Manchester Campus
This week is International Education Week at SNHU! Come enjoy the different events/workshops to celebrate and learn about the opportunities and benefits of international education and exchange worldwide!
As part of the celebration this week, the Style Club has partnered up with the International Student Association to co-sponsor the International Fashion Show! SNHU students will model traditional attire from their home countries, as well as American fashions. Afterwards, mingle and munch on international snacks, plus cupcakes courtesy of the Cake Decorating Club!
Date: Tuesday, November 6th
Location: Walker Auditorium, Robert Frost Hall
The DFC School Challenge has finally begun. This year DFC is reaching out to over 35 countries and 25 million children! – DESIGN FOR CHANGE is the largest global movement designed to give young people an opportunity to express their own ideas for a better world and put them into action. Using the simple 4 step framework, children across the world are saying ‘I CAN’ instead of ‘Can I’
It’s about the time of the year for Riverside students, teachers, and staff to pack up them kits and send them out to the schools all across India; we had about 45,000 packets done in 3 days!
If you haven’t watched this amazing TED talk of Kiran Sethi, who founded and owns both the Riverside School and Design for Change, then please watch now!