TAMU Career Closet for students opens with help from BCAMC
Susan "Sue" Owen '94
January 20, 2016 5:48 PM
updated: January 20, 2016 5:53 PM
Thanks in part to $6,000 in support from the Brazos County A&M Club, the Texas A&M Career Closet opened its doors Tuesday. It will loan students business attire for interviews and professional events, with the students paying only a $5 drycleaning fee.
BCAMC President Michael J. Hardy '13 was on hand for the opening in the MSC, as were ribbon-cutters Texas A&M System Chancellor John Sharp ‘72 and Association of Former Students President and CEO Porter S. Garner III ’79. The Chancellor’s Century Council and The Association were major donors to the project.
Career Closet students attended our Dec. 8 lunch meeting and accepted the gift of $6,000 raised from BCAMC events and volunteers’ hard work – part of $99,750 that BCAMC awarded that day! Read more: tx.ag/NPDsxb1
As Michael has said in the past, the BCAMC is really the hometown club for Aggie students. And this gift definitely shows the love and support Aggies have for them. Whoop!
Come to our next luncheon, Feb. 9, to hear from Aggie baseball coach Rob Childress! bcamc.org
Also coming up:
• Jan. 28 -- Howdy Hour from 5:30-7 p.m. at West End Elixir, which has special offers for us: tx.ag/64ATZCu
• Feb. 2 -- Volunteer for Muster: First meeting Feb. 2 from 6-7 p.m. at Abuelo's. Stay for dinner after the meeting! Contact: Lisa Burton ’10 lisamarieb dot 815 at gmail.com