STYLE ME HIRED 2012 – ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL MAKEOVER DAY FOR 100 UNEMPLOYED WOMEN
Makeovers are generally viewed as a way to help someone improve their look, a
recent survey found 75 percent of people feel that makeovers are really
about enhancing BOTH your inner spirit and your appearance. Last Monday over 100 women’s lives were changed by Marc Voci’s “Style Me Hired”
Marc Voci, a hairdresser and creator of Style Me Hired with the supportive
Councilwomen Blondell Reynolds-Brown and Councilman Bill Greenlee at
the Omni Hotel in Center City. Style Me Hired is an event where 100
unemployed women receive a make over from over 20 volunteer salons, as
well as clothing from Career Wardrobe, and job training skills from
business volunteers all in an effort to help them get back into the
workforce. Reynolds-Brown and Greeley spoke with the women and gave them
Stacey Wright, Marc Voci and Kyasha Tyson,Greater Philadelphia Area – Producer, Board Operator — Assistant Director at 900 AM WURD & Prime Movers Media Clubs take the opening snip from Donna, who was one of the women chosen for the make over day
Shear Ingenuity – Owner Ramika Guillory (r) tells me the name came to her in a dream. Ramika Guillory (c) and Season Whiting (r)
Each of the lucky “clients” was matched with one of the 25 participating
salons in the city and suburbs, including Rittenhouse’s SignaCurl By
Joseph Lentini, Salon A in Bryn Mawr, and Cambio Salon in Media. They
also will receive professional attire from Career Wardrobe, a nonprofit
partnering that outfits women who are transitioning into the
workforce, plus will be giving job interview prepping, and this year with EDSI a job fair was held at the end of the day where the participants could apply for several jobs that were available.
Dentistry at Suburban Square: Michael I. Wollock DMD
They have this procedure called snap in teeth whitening system. I’m so getting this.
Jen Eberwein, Danielle George and Laura Gale of Crimson Hair Studio
Sheri Cole is the Executive Director of Career Wardrobe with Susan
Rocco, radio host of “Women to Watch” 1180 WFYL Radio participate in the
Style Me Hired day.
The Omni Hotel really goes above and beyond by donating the lobby, the restaurant, and the penthouse for use of Style Me Hired every year.
“We are honored to be part of Style Me Hired again this year,” said Omni Hotel at Independence Park
General Manager AJ Williams III. “It is an incredible joint effort between Marc and the Career Wardrobe
and we are amazed at the incredible work they do together. We are thrilled to be the host location for this
event for the second year.”
Tara and Tracy. Tara doesn’t usually wear a dress, but her stylists over at Studio 444 thought it would complete her new look. She whole heartedly agrees now.
Tonya Lee-Phillips (center) after her make over by Bel A’mour Hair Salon – Philadelphia, PA
Eboney, Gina and Kia
Marc Voci and the ladies who participated in “Style Me Hired Makeover”
at the Omni Hotel. Check out Marc Voci’s Facebook page for more
information on the program as well as networking opportunities.