Wednesday Evening Fashion Show To Be Showcased By Service-Learning Students

WAYNE – A fashion show is being held by Wayne State College service-learning students in the business and economics department during the middle of the week.

According to a release from Wayne State College, the fashion show called “Cat Walk” is a promotion for their new service-learning project, a career-clothing closet. The event will take place at the Career Services Office in the Kanter Student Center from 5:15 – 5:45 p.m. on Wednesday, October 9.

The Cat Career Clothing Closet will open in the spring of 2020 as a place at Wayne State where students can access donated business professional clothes for an interview or career fair. Donations will also be accepted during the event Wednesday.

Some of the clothing modeled will come from thrift stores demonstrating to students that they can look sharp in career clothing that fits any budget. The “Cat Walk” will last about 30 minutes and students will be modeling with clothes from IKT, Micah’s Closet, Swans Apparel, Thrift Warehouse and Wakefield’s Nearly New.

This will also make a great opportunity for all students and community members to come together and work towards a common goal making this show a success. The event happens conveniently prior to the Fall Career Fair set for Wednesday, October 23 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Kanter Student Center.

For any additional questions or information, contact Dr. Laura Dendinger, professor in the Business and Economics Department at 402-375-2020 or email