DRESS TO SUCCEED LLC

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 As Elder Rose Carter looks around the empty room in the lower level of St. John Episcopal Church, she wells up with emotions about her future plans to transform it into the new headquarters for her ever-expanding Dress to Succeed ministry.

Carter, president of the ministry, decided that her expanding nonprofit organization needed a larger location, but she wanted to make sure that the location was in a centrally located church with ample parking.

She found St. John at 323 Wick Ave. to be the best candidate.

“What a great place to have a community to come to be able to get clothing,” she said.

The ministry provides clothes from professional to casual to men and women who are entering the job market, college, vocational or training schools, or simply in need – all free of charge.

Dress to Succeed will provide two outfits when beginning a job or job training, two outfits when a job interview is scheduled and one additional outfit for customers after their employment is secured.

Carter started Dress to Succeed ministry in 2002, because she felt a need for such a service. In her eyes and the eyes of her fellow members, providing these clothes give dignity and self-esteem to those in the community.

 

 

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Rose Carterarter

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Rose this is phenomenal!!!!!!   I was just think today, I can have the kids walk to the the new location for the dress to succeed workshop.  I STILL want you to do it.

I am sooo excited for you as you continue to do the Lord's work.

 

 

-Loisjean Haynes-Paige

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"Internships Makes It Simple for Students to Continue Their Education

and Move Directly into The Workforce."

 

 

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-ROSE

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