Should You Join a Modeling School for Petite Modeling?Written by Jennifer Parker
If you are thinking of breaking into petite modeling industry and wondering if you should spend hundreds of dollars on modeling school or classes you need to read this article. Here are few facts about modeling schools.
==>Modeling schools will not get you jobs. Clients who are hiring petite models do not care if you have been to modeling school or not. It does not quialify your for job.
==>Modeling schools and classes teach mostly runway modeling techniques. This type of modeling is for fashion industry, and if you are under 5 feet 9 inches there is a next to nothing chance that you will get work as a runway model.
==>Some modeling agencies or managers offer classes to boost their earnings. This is especially common in less populated areas where models are scarce and agency does not earn much money. Be ware of agencies that offer these classes, they are doing so for their own financial gain. A reputable agency would never ask you to pay for classes.
==>You do not have to have a modeling to model for clients. You can get all modeling practice you need by practicing poses in front of your mirror. A client is more interested in your looks and vibrant personality than they are in whether you've had modeling lessons or not.
Many times highschool and college students are approached by a "modleing scout" who offers them opportunity to start their career as a model. Be ware of these people, jsut because they have a business card does not make them an agency who can get you modeling jobs. These scouts are usually paid by modeling schools on a per student basis. For each student they convince to sign up for modeling class they are paid a commission.
What’s behind the Explosive Growth in Distance Learning?Written by Rose
There is a ground swell of support globally to support growth of distance learning. Market research firms, government agencies, public and private companies, and even venture capital firms – those companies that invest in new and emerging businesses – all agree that distance learning’s future is very bright, and a good investment opportunity as well.
All this translates into a bright future for anyone looking at distance learning to accomplish their career, educational, and learning objectives. Chances are if there isn’t a program in place today for your specific needs, there will be one – soon. This article explains how perfect storm is brewing for distance learning, in a very positive way. Several market factors are presented here, along with research from research and government agencies that show that distance learning is here to stay and may someday surpass traditional classroom attendance approaches to learning.
What’s driving Distance Learning growth?
Consider following statistics from International Data Corporation on market for distance learning – these figures and others are making many traditional colleges and universities re-vamp their courses and degree programs to make them available online.
- There are 133 million U.S. adults or 66% of adult population, which have Internet access today. That’s over half entire U.S. population and serves as a strong incentive for colleges and universities to re-vamp their programs to support this untapped educational market.
- According to International Data Corporation, over 90% of college students access Internet, with 50% accessing Web daily, and this is on a global scale. Colleges and universities have also found that to stay relevant to their traditional students, they have had to create online and distance learning programs quickly to stay up with their learning needs.