Here is the application process for our Model Signing | Partnership :
Step one: 
*Complete the online application form, including a $25 application fee.
*Submit your resume, headshot, and any additional materials as requested.
Step 2:
*Wait for a response from our team. We will review your materials and determine if you meet the qualifications for our agency.
*When you are accepted, we will schedule a consultation call to discuss the details of the Partnership and answer any questions you may have.
Step 3:
* During the consultation call, we will discuss the terms of the contract, including discussing percentages and any additional services that may we recommend 
* If both parties agree to the terms, we will send you the contract to review and sign.
Step 4:
* Once the contract is signed, you will be officially part of the Fit & Talented team! We will start working with you to develop your brand and marketing strategy, and begin submitting you for modeling opportunities and casting calls.
Keys for success and a quick signing 
We recommend that you have a clear understanding of your goals and what you hope to achieve through the conventional signing model before starting the application process.
 If you have any additional questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us. 
We look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your goals in the fitness industry!
Mistakes to avoid during the onboarding process: 
*Not following the application instructions: Make sure to read and follow all instructions carefully. Failing to do so could result in your application being rejected.
*Not providing enough information: Make sure to fully complete the application form and provide all necessary documentation. Failing to do so could result in your application being rejected.
*Not being honest: It is important, to be honest about your experience and qualifications. Lying on your application can lead to disqualification and damage your reputation.
*Not being prepared for the interview: Make sure to research the company and come prepared with questions and ideas for the interview. Not being prepared can make a negative impression.
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