Several Albright College alumni return to share their experiences in the fashion industry, during a panel discussion and networking opportunity, Friday, April 5, in the college’s Science Hall.
Returning fashion alumni include:
- Mandy Boandl ’17, costume designer for Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia;
- William Exeros ’91, director of visual merchandising, Chanel Multi-Brand Retail Fashion;
- Joshua Polk ’17, assistant designer for In Mocean Group; and
- Rachel Sanderford Rice ’15, associate buyer for Boscov’s Department Stores.
Named one of the top private fashion merchandising and fashion design schools in the nation, Albright College offers fashion degrees and combined majors in the areas of costume design, design and merchandising, fashion design and fashion merchandising.
Albright students are encouraged to personalize degree paths by combining fashion with communications, business, education and even psychology and political science. This broad approach polishes the critical thinking skills that are demanded in all professional fields and are expected in upper-level fashion positions. And hands-on instruction ensures graduates are skilled in technology and ready to take on the fast-paced industry.