OWL PROFESSIONAL CLOTHES CLOSET

women looking at clothes

The OWL Professional Clothes Closet is a program hosted by the FAU Career Center that is devoted to providing professional attire to students. This professional attire will help participants feel confident during their job search process and can be used for an interview, career fair, or networking events. It is important that a student looks and feels polished throughout their job search process and during the beginning of their professional career.

How it works:

The OWL Professional Clothes Closet provides qualified students with professional attire donated by the FAU community. Students who complete all program requirements may take up to four items from the closet per semester. Students with an immediate need for professional clothing may rent clothing from the OWL Professional Clothes Closet, as well.

Eligibility:

  1. Open to all FAU students (undergraduate/graduate)
  2. Must meet all requirements before receiving items from the closet

Requirements:

  1. Be a current FAU student
  2. Meet with a career consultant to have your resume reviewed with a final score of at least 36 on the resume rubric
  3. Complete an Owl CareerLink profile and upload critiqued resume
  4. Meet with a career consultant/counselor to conduct a mock interview with a final score of at least 3 on the mock interview evaluation form

Donations:

This resource is made possible by the generous donations of FAU faculty, staff, students and community members.

The FAU Career Center is continuously accepting donations of clean, professional attire that is in good condition, as well as any professional accessories. If you would like to donate to the OWL Professional Clothes closet, contact FAU’s Career Center at 561-297-3533 or career@fau.edu. Drop-off locations are available on FAU’s Boca Raton, Jupiter, and Davie campuses.

Questions?

For more information or questions regarding the OWL Professional Clothes Closet, please contact the FAU Career Center at career@fau.edu.

 Last Modified 7/24/17