The TAMU Career Closet is a student organization at Texas A&M University in collaboration with the Career Center and the Student Government Association, whose mission is to enhance the professionalism of Texas A&M students while alleviating the financial burden that is inherently associated with launching a career. Through this organization, all students at Texas A&M University have the opportunity to use a quality suit for only a $5 dry-cleaning fee. Students can come into the TAMU Career Closet, find a great fit with the assistance of our student volunteers, and walk out the door with a suit. Students not only leave with a suit, but also the confidence to secure the career of their dreams.

Interested in joining our Volunteer Team? Apply here.


What will my role be as a member of the Volunteer Team?
As a member of our Volunteer Team you will assist fellow Aggies in enhancing their professional image. These tasks will involve greeting students, guiding students through the check-in/check-out process, taking clothing donations, and helping with inventory when necessary.

What is my expected time commitment?
We ask that volunteers commit 4 hours a month to volunteering in the TAMU Career Closet. Our hours of operations are Mondays from 9:00 am-3:00 pm and Thursdays from 12:00 pm – 6:00 pm.

Volunteers are also required to attend a meeting once a month from 7:00-8:10 pm on the following Wednesdays: February 1st, March 1st, and April 12th. 

Volunteers are asked to select a committee they would like to be involved in from the following: Human Resource Management, Development, External Operations, and Marketing/Communications. 

What is the timeline for the application process?
   Wednesday, January 25th: Applications due at midnight
   Friday, January 27th: Interviews conducted
   Saturday, January 28th: Applicants receive notification
   Monday, January 30th, 7:00-9:00 pm:  Selected applicants required to attend MANDATORY training


Please monitor your email closely for updates and messages regarding your application.

If you have any additional questions, they may be directed to Amanda Dick, Director of Human Resource Management at