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March 28, 2007
Six members of Delta Sigma Pi, the University's business fraternity, showed University students how to dress like professionals Wednesday afternoon at the Dress for Success Fashion Show. The event was co-sponsored by Career Development, the Associated Students of the University of Nevada, Target, and IGT. "We put on this event so that students are aware of the professional appearance they should have for interviews and at the upcoming career fairs," said Debby Carlson, internship coordinator in the Career Development office. Carlson said Career Development decided to reach out to Target to co-sponsor the event because it provides professional apparel at reasonable prices. IGT provided students with lunch during the event. "When we picked out the clothes, we really tried to focus on career looks for students on a budget," said Kelly Bown, store team leader for Target. During the show, Target executive team leaders, Todd Fannin and Pam Pagayunan made the following suggestions to students looking to attain a professional look: