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Student-Led Teams Develop Inventory Management System for Brockport's Professional Clothes Closet

Three student teams from Computing Sciences worked with Career Services throughout the spring semester to develop a new system to better manage the Professional Clothes Closet. We are pleased to announce the winning team!

Over the past spring semester, twenty-five students from Computing Sciences, including seven exchange students from EPITECH, France, have worked to design and implement an Inventory Management System for Brockport's Professional Clothes Closet. Students were assigned to three different teams, each of whom created their own version of the software application, based on the requirements provided to them in meetings with Career Services.

Career Services is pleased to announce that the team of students, led by Nicholas Barnard, developed the winning database to help us manage Brockport's Professional Clothes Closet more efficiently. It will help the office better track student usage as well as provide a more accurate record of donors.

We would like to thank Dr. Mitra and all the students involved for the effort they put into this project.

The Professional Clothes Closet serves approximately 300 students on an annual basis and is funded through the donations of alumni, employers, and other members of the campus community. Any current student may access the Clothes Closet weekdays between noon – 3 pm to find a professional outfit for an upcoming job interview, career fair, networking event, or other formal occasions. Any outfit they find is FREE and theirs to keep!

Do you have business professional attire that you'd like to donate to the Clothes Closet? Career Services is always taking donations! You may drop off any appropriate, clean clothing at Career Services in Rakov 101. Donation tax receipts are available upon request.


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