Foundation Helps Vets “Dress for Success” in Job Interviews

Kewon Potts was beaming broadly as he flung open the door to his “fitting room” and stepped out in a new suit that perfectly fit his broad torso. “OOOOHs” and “AAAAHs” greeted the Navy vet, who hopes to get back into the job market after some tough years since leaving the military.  “Looking sharp, man!” someone called.

The “fitting room” from which Potts stepped forth was actually an office of Save-a-Suit, a nonprofit foundation in Connecticut that was giving free suits, dress shirts and ties..

Source: Foundation Helps Vets “Dress for Success” in Job Interviews | Psychology Today

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