|Donation Deadline Extended!|
Donations are still needed for the UMBC Suits Your Professional Clothing Drive.
Get an early jump on spring cleaning this weekend, and clean out your closet to help UMBC students!
Donate new and gently used professional clothing to UMBC students to assist with their professional dress needs for job interviews, career fairs, networking opportunities and much more.
- Items that will be accepted: dresses, shell tops, button-up shirts and blouses, skirts, blazers, dress pants, belts, ties, skirt suits and suits.
- Items that will NOT be accepted: jewelry, handbags, shoes, and general accessories.
- All items should be: in good condition, clean* and appropriate for interaction with potential employers and professional contacts.
Donations being accepted now through Friday, March 16.
DROP OFF LOCATIONS:
Career Center, Math/Psych 201:
8:30 am – 5 pm (Mon-Fri)
Division of Professional Studies, Sherman Hall
East-4th Floor (reception area near elevators):
9 am – 3:30 pm (Mon-Fri)
Human Resources, Administration Building 532:
9 am – 4 pm (Mon-Fri)
Mosaic Center, The Commons 2B23:
10 am – 7 pm (Mon-Thur), 10 am – 5 pm (Fri)
Residential Life Office, Erickson Hall:
8:30 am – 4:30 pm (Mon-Fri)
The Shriver Center, Public Policy Building 1st Floor:
9 am – 4:30 pm (Mon-Fri)
OR contact the Career Center at 410-455-2216 to request a pickup from your office.
Please note: Clothing will be made available for students to select from on March 29 and 30, 2018 at our UMBC Suits You event, part of Career Month. Clothing donations will be used to benefit UMBC students and will not be considered as gift-in-kind or donation to UMBC. Clothing donations are not tax deductible. Any leftover clothing will be donated to local non-profits.
Questions? Contact Caroline Bodnar in the Career Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-455-3975.
"I really appreciate your donations and dry cleaning assistance. As a full-time student who works between two and three jobs a semester just to finance my education, any assistance allowing me to pursue my career is extremely helpful. Because of this event, I now have a suit to wear to medical school interviews."
"As a college student paying his own way through tuition and drowning in student loans, buying professional clothing is a struggle and I am extremely grateful for the generosity of those who helped ensure that I am able to present myself in job interviews in the best way possible."