Rowan College of South Jersey’s ‘Suit a Student’ tailor-made for the internet

Rowan College of South Jersey and Brooks Brothers’ fourth annual “Suit A Student” career readiness fashion show, originally planned as a live event in April, has reemerged well-tailored for social distancing requirements.

This year, 14 student participants and 1 RCSJ employee and member of the American Association for Women in Community Colleges will walk the virtual runway during an online presentation 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16.

Traditionally held in the college’s Fine Arts Center, changes were put in place to ensure the safety of students, staff and other participants. The web show will blend live components such as messages from college president Frederick Keating and dean of business studies Patricia Claghorn with prerecorded runway segments filmed individually with each student, using minimal staff and under strict COVID-19 safety guidelines. Runway fashion commentary will be provided by Gloucester Premium Outlets Brooks Brothers store manager Fernando Arroyo and the evening will conclude in a live Q&A session where the audience can learn more about the student-models, their career goals and the benefits of being selected for the “Suit A Student” program.

Here’s a highlights clip from the 2019 show:

Students were required to submit an application to become one of the 15 participants to receive a suit, dress or outfit, including accessories and a makeover.

For more information on the “Suit A Student” virtual fashion show or to register to “attend,: visit RCSJ.edu/SuitAStudent.

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