Give your dreams the foundation you need
Can I really make a living in the arts?
If you are strategic, talented, and dedicated, the answer is YES! Realizing your artistic dreams is a challenging process; having the right guidance can be the difference between making and breaking a career in the arts. On top of getting into and succeeding at the right arts program you will need to plan strategically for supporting yourself after college.
Keys for Supporting Yourself After College
- Be realist and willing to travel
- Networking: connections are key to getting you jobs and gigs
- Know the different levels of involvement: community level, teaching, group performing, solo work
- Have a PLAN for a flexible secondary job
- Develop the skills necessary to plan your time and budget smartly
Take the guesswork out of the college process. Start now and transform your experience.
Actress & Model
"Poison Ivy" on Fox TV's show Gotham.
Maggie was one of the first TCE students who inspired the development of this business. We can say "we knew her when!"
“Rebecca was an invaluable source of guidance and encouragement for me when I was fresh out of high school, wanted to go to college, but was totally overwhelmed with the process. She took me under her wing and helped me every step of the way, from applications to financial aid. She’s smart, has a great motivating energy, and is funny too! Love her! Can’t recommend her enough.”
“Maggie it has been very enjoyable to watch you finish college with a bang, start a modeling career, and watch you in your movies and tv series parts. You are an inspiration to hard work, smart working, and never giving up! I look forward to seeing you more on the big screen.”