By continuing your education at an institution of higher learning, you are modeling great behavior for the kids at the school and in the community. Show off your school pride by wearing clothes that carries your school's name or logo.
Closed-toes, tennis shoes
Funny things happen, and we would hate to have to send you home with a stubbed toe or have you ambulatorily-challenged because of a broken sandal. Plus, you never know when the next game of kickball will break out.
Seems kind of obvious, but we'd hate to have you lose your pants while you're working on a math problem or trying to Connect Four with the kids. Remember to wear a belt; it will help keep your pants at your waist!
Might be a good idea to bring a pair of flats or sneakers if you will be coming from a more formal situation.
We like to relax, too, but let's save it for movie night.
Clothing that is too baggy can be a problem, but we also don't want your clothes hugging your skin too tightly.
They might be funny, and maybe even true, but try to wear clothing without writing (unless it's university apparel, of course!).
Clothes that show a lot of skin
Best practice for both men and women - keep covered from the collarbone area down to your knees.
Tube tops/Halter tops/Muscle shirts
Try to keep a few inches below the shoulder covered, too.
Clothing with holes/tears
Holes in your clothes may lead to holes in your pocket; you wouldn't be able to dress this way and keep a job!
Contact your CLC Site's Coordinator!