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Sunday, July 29, 2012
Did You Know...#12
The cover letter shouldn't be longer than 1 page and should be super simple:
- Introduce yourself
- Tell them you're interested in seeking agency representation (you can mention what type of modeling you want to do, as well as if you have any experience. Even if you are inexperienced, it's okay to put that in your letter)
- List very briefly what your skills/strengths are and why you think you'd be a good fit for their agency
- Don't forget to include contact info
This cover letter should be formatted to look just like one you'd send when applying to a traditional job. Free samples can be found through any online search (or ask your parents to help you format it properly).
Don't forget to write the following info on the back of each snapshot you mail (use black ink and make sure your handwriting is legible):
- Full Name
- Email Address
- Phone Number