Can’t believe it’s time to start thinking about getting ready for your summer program. I want to help you get ready, really ready, for being able to take advantage of the opportunities that are about to commence. Once you are home, I want you to feel you have spent your time, energy and especially, money well. This needs to be more than another Program to add to your resume. You need to be seen, heard, and felt as a young professional at all times. This is business, not emotional. This is your job.
Here are several new ideas and ways you might want to expand your thinking, as you prepare for and eventually have this adventure.
Thursday, June 2, 2016
Good advice re: summer programs
The following is from Carol Kirkpatrick, author of Aria Ready? The Business of Singing.
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