I will take pride in my appearance by exceeding grooming and dress requirements in order to convey a professional, respectful, and safe image.
Clothing should not be noticeably worn and should not have holes, tears, or be frayed.
Staff should arrive on site dressed according to these guidelines and fully prepared for the day.**
Tennis shoes or other closed-toe shoes are required at all times and should be clean. (No Chacos or other sandals during Sojourn hours - Keens are permitted)
Sojourn shirts should be worn at all times with an attempt to have a Sojourn logo on the outer most layer. In cold weather, if you have logo’d gear please wear it, but if not thats ok.
If you need an additional Sojourn Staff T-shirt, please make a Full Time staff aware of the need. Based on how many programs a staff member has worked or is working in a given week, a second shirt may be provided.
** Pro Tip! - In order to remain presentable to our guests, it may be helpful to wear a different shirt (that can get dirty/sweaty) for set-up then change into Sojourn apparel before the program.
Pants/Shorts should be professional in nature:
For Shorts - "Rule of thumb": when your hands are hanging by your side a person's thumb should be at or above the bottom of one's shorts. No Athletic Shorts or Leggings as your outer layer should be worn.
For Corporate Programs we ask that all staff wear khaki's or professional looking shorts/pants.
Caps should not be worn unless it is a Sojourn logo’d cap.
In sunny weather, brimmed “safari hats” for the purpose of protecting your head/neck from the sun are acceptable.
In cold weather, “beanies” are acceptable (if possible, wear a Sojourn logo’d beanie).
Sojourn leadership reserves the right to determine what is and is not appropriate Sojourn attire.