Crowds of students learned about potential job paths on March 9 at the Galt Joint Union High School District Career Fair, and a Youth Commission-organized fashion show gave tips on how to dress for those jobs and interviews.
Teens from the Galt Youth Commission and the Rotary-affiliated Interact Club modeled outfits that are appropriate in professional environments and ones that aren’t, to help students give the best possible impression for future job prospects.
Commissioner Josh Cullers emceed in an Evel Knievel-style costume — what not to wear for a job interview, but great for grabbing attention in the crowded Galt High School gym.
“We would walk. We would model. We got a lot of claps, a lot of applause,” Commission Chair Alexa Murillo Cuevas said after the show.
“We wanted to show them (the students) what is the best attire so that they can be successful in all their endeavors,