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Magazine, 820 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60605. ... I would very much
like to model as a career, but how do I get involved in this type of work? ... In your
case that means enrolling in a reputable modeling school where the fine points of
modeling — makeup, poise, how to walk and show off clothes with a ... Now I don'
t know whether I should go to college and make my parents happy or live my
|Some things that you should think about: >• If a loan means the difference |
between going or not going to college, take it. ... If it helps you go to the college of
your first choice, take it. The more enthusiastic you are about your school, the
more you'll get out of it. ... But you can't plan on earning all your expenses, or
even the major part of them. ... local industry and service clubs; any organizations
your parents belong to; your church; veterans' groups if you are the child of a
veteran. Add up ...
|Get a part—time or full-time job and continue your education (go to a two-year or |
four-year school, take online ... Get a part—time job and do volunteer work to
learn more skills and to make contacts that will help you in your job search. - Get
anyjob you can to learn more about a particular field or industry. ... If you can't
face another day of school, consider a "gap year. ... vacation paid for by your
parents; this is a focused time-out. lt's time you can work, volunteer, do an
internship, or take ...
|RULE #6: Summer School ... Well, we can't say for sure, but we think it has |
something to do with the fact that you didn't do your homework. Instead, you
spent your summers in college lying out by your parents' pool and going to
keggers with the ol' buddies from Jefferson High. thisfree T-shirt?” “I get to be a
lazy-ass college student only once,” you told yourself. ... That's right—they
packed their resumes with summer gigs at production companies, talent
agencies, FX labs, and Habitat for ...
|percent off the going price of raw stock, but it has a downside; if you shoot short |
ends, you'll have to piece your film ... If you can't get a fellowship, then try to get a
teaching assistantship. ... In Los Angeles work in the film industry is more plentiful
, but you have to compete with undergrads who are still living off their parents ...
|Since we can't afford to be picky, we end up toiling away in a field we don't like or |
even really understand, for that matter. And after a few years of servitude, you just
now may be coming out of your career fog to demand a better career, a better ...
Those of you hoping to make a career transition will probably have to take entry-
level, low- paying jobs to make up for a lack ... A transition may require that you
downgrade certain areas of your life, go back to school for additional training,
|money to take her degree at an institution in the Caribbean. ... all her life.4 This |
won't happen to you, though, unless of course like her you take a degree at the
Ross University School of Veterinary ... It's also possible that your parents can't
afford much help, you don't have a scholarship, you don't want to burden yourself
with debt, and yet you want to go to university. ... with connections could get an
industrial job that saw them come back to campus with a substantial amount of
|Do you know how much self-esteem you have to have to be a middle-aged |
rapper who goes on MTV and sends out e-mails about ... While Russy was dying
to put them on, he was also afraid to take them out of the box, because he noticed
that JoJo doesn't ... And you can't tell me that Jay wasn't fly! ... Since he's super
cool and as fly as can be, he thinks he should be hanging out with the older kids
in his school. ... Don't let any voice except your parents' or God's get inside your
|School will soon be over. ... Seek it from your parents, Scoutmaster, Advisor, |
teachers, and Merit Badge Counselors. ... Take advantage of every opportunity
you can create to make trips to industrial plants or other big operations of a type
that interests you. ... You can't get any better advice along these lines than Dr.
Frederick Gaudet gives you in his fine article entitled "Job Hunting" on page 13 of
this issue ...
|His chat-up line to me was, 'Would you like to come back to mine for some Big |
Soup?' How could I ... There in front of me was the man of my dreams, a dead
ringer for John Travolta! ... All I knew of his background was what he had told me:
he was from London, had an Italian father and was related to the actress Greta
Scacchi. ... I had left drama school in the summer of 1979. ... but there's also
always a woman in Tesco who comes up and says, 'Why can't you get me on