Class of 2018 Personal Learning Network (Artistic Resources (Mid-Term (End…
Class of 2018 Personal Learning Network
Mid-Term (End of 2018)
pass ballet exam
learn more repertory
work on own for self improvement
Rehearse more repetoire
Short-Term (June 2018)
Experiment with styles that may be out of your comfort zone, you may take an interest later on
Travel and expose yourself to choreographers, directors and other dancers
Attend summer intensives of the companies you are interested in so that they can have a better chance to consider you.
Ask artistic staff for reference letters or recommendations for what schools or companies to look into for summer training
have a Background in the resume
Ask artistic staff what companies they think would suit your own personal goals, or style in dance. They can help narrow down ideas or give new ones
Ask for reference letters or letters of recommendation from artistic staff
Look into different styles of dance companies
Give yourself options, research different companies around the world and see what is out there
Be open to travelling, this allows for more opportunity
Have a budget-money
To have a lots of opportunity and the experience
Video Auditions are also a good idea for companies that allow it.
Decide what it is you are looking for in a company before doing auditions, and making your final choice.
Long-Term (3+ Years)
Be dancing in a company with the role you want
Experimenting with different types and roles of dance. Trying to push more personal boundaries in your dance by diversifying your style
Start teaching or going to a teacher training program to help further your career.
talk to ballet teachers at kirov about future and your style.
Be able to create enough income from dance to support yourself.
Have a steady job.
Apply to PTP programs
Research colleges that provide courses that interest you.
Dance colleges in the US
Attend dance auditions or send videos
Dance colleges outside US- like Europe or hometown.
Write college essays.
Ask 2 teachers and counselor for recommendation letters and give them deadlines that correspond with the college application deadlines.
SAT or ACT or equivalent.
Financial aid research.
Discussing with current academic teachers to better grades and see what is needed for college applications and acceptance.
Improve grades and GPA.
Take online college courses while dancing after graduation.
Take extra online course to receive specific qualifications or extra credit.
Complete tasks to improve your academic resume.
Make a college board account to register for SAT:
Create a common app account if you are interested in applying for colleges:
Here's a bunch of ideas:
The University of Utha