Dress Code

“So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” — 1 Corinthians 10:31

 

When at the Capitol, it’s important to fit into the professional environment and as a leadership school, TeenPact understands that professionalism includes a dress code. Today’s culture constantly underestimates young people, yet we all realize that a young person who presents himself or herself sharply and professionally can and will make an outstanding impression. If our youth are to be taken seriously as leaders, they must learn to dress appropriately for their surroundings.

 

As you read the following information and begin your shopping and packing, please embrace the concept that our TeenPact dress code is an important aspect of leadership training: the fact is our Capitol class is a chance to present ourselves with studied professionalism. Even our casual attire allows us to set a standard of excellence. Our dress code is established to:

 

TeenPact’s heart is to set a standard that will build respect, foster unity, and limit distractions.

 


WHAT TO WEAR – GUYS

 

Capitol Attire

 

 

 

 

Casual Attire (afternoon/evening sessions, the camp, etc)

Feel free to dress comfortably and casually as you follow these guidelines:

 

 

Tips for guys:

 


 

WHAT TO WEAR – GIRLS

 

Capitol Attire

 

 

 

 

Casual Attire (afternoon/evening sessions, the camp, etc)

Feel free to dress comfortably and casually as you follow these guidelines:

 

 

Tips for girls:

 


 

If you are attending an Alumni Event where business casual attire is required/recommended, please refer to our Business Casual Dress Code

 


 

If your attire does not meet the requirements of the TeenPact Dress Code, you may be asked to change while at the class.

 

Please read the details of the dress code carefully and thoroughly before you pack for your class. Feel free to contact us if you have questions at 1-888-343-1776 or office@teenpact.com.