• September 21, 2021
 Mija Project, Spectrum partner for “Dress for Success” program to aid women in workforce

Photo courtesy Mija, Yes You Can / Facebook

Mija Project, Spectrum partner for “Dress for Success” program to aid women in workforce

Tuesday morning, officials with the Mija Project announced they are launching a “Dress for Success” closet at their pop-up store located in the Outlet Shoppes of El Paso.

“The Mijas’ “Dress for Success” closet aims to serve as a come-and-go donation center for women in need of professional clothing for job interviews or business dress codes at work,” Bianca Cervantes, Mija PR Chair, shared.

The group will be accepting it’s closet kick-off donation from Charter Spectrum’s Residential Inbound Sales Call Center on Wednesday.

Sara Gumer, Human Resources Coordinator at Spectrum collected 124 pieces of professional attire from employees at the business.

For more information about the “Dress for Success” program with the Mijas or to donate to the closet, contact Crystal Saavedra at mijapresident@gmail.com or call (915) 328-3427.

For all information on the Mija Project, visit their Facebook page or website.

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