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  1. I second this... And if people don't take the application and interview seriously, they're not serious about the job. SL or not, RP or not, the commitment must be real if the prospective employee and business is to succeed. I also took your message as peeved due to your own choice of words. So perhaps before you critique others on their choice of language, perhaps consider your own and how it might be perceived..? I will also add that I don't see a single thing wrong with the OP's job application. Any decent and serious job description, in SL and DEFINITELY in RL, should include the job requirements and basic expectations for a prospective applicant. Waiting to share that information until the time of interview is honestly a pretty ridiculous idea, as you are wasting not only your time as the employer, but also the time of the applicant. She also states that instructors create their own schedules. And if someone truly considers filling out an application for a job (roleplay or not) as "work", well, why are they even looking for a job? πŸ™„ OP, if I had an ounce of available time, I would love to come and teach! I remember your original posts when you were just considering starting a rp university and looking for a business partner. I stopped by campus the other day and thought it looked awesome. I think you're doing a great job- keep it up!!! 😁 Ignore those who just seem to criticize. There's definitely a few of them on these forums...
  2. Or how about you man up and just tell the person you're with that you're not happy with the relationship and want to move on? πŸ™„
  3. Hi! Want to take my daughter out to celebrate her adoption, and would like to find a nice restaurant. Somewhere full-service, perhaps with reservations, so we have a server who will rp with us. Must allow kids. Brownie points if its a BeYou friendly restaurant too, but ok if not. Any suggestions?
  4. I had this happen earlier this year. Started dating a guy, and we seemed to get along really well. Everything seemed great and we became partners. I thought things were going really well, and then I noticed that he was gone for a bit, checked my friend list and discovered he was no longer there. He had blocked me. It sucked.... I still to this day have no clue what happened and think about it fairly often. Honestly, its made me a little gun-shy of dating others. I think its perfectly normal and acceptable to block someone because they are annoying or don't seem to get it when you say you're not interested. But when you're in a relationship with someone, virtual or not, its just bull$hit to block them and move on like it's nothing at all. We are humans behind the avatars, and we have hearts and feelings.... The least you can do is leave an offline message and say sorry but its over. But what can we do... its so much easier to be a douche in a virtual world.
  5. ========================== Visual Fantasy Media, Inc. http://visualfantasymedia.com/ ========================== Seeking friendly and enthusiastic professionals for REAL ESTATE AGENT positions! RESPONSIBILITIES: Working with prospective tenants to show rental properties, discuss budget and needs/desires, answer questions, and address any concerns. Respond to questions and requests for showings and/or information in a timely manner. Keep rental listings up-to-date with available properties. Take photos and write descriptions of properties. Actively promote properties to seek out new renters and encourage existing renters to stay and get more involved within the community. Attend weekly staff meetings. Other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: Professional, courteous demeanor and appearance. Agents are expected to dress appropriately in business attire while on the job and meeting with clients. Outgoing and friendly personality, with strong interpersonal communication. An excellent verbal communicator. Previous experience with CasperLet rental boxes highly preferred. Reliable, dedicated and enthusiastic person, excited to join a family-like work atmosphere. Reliable access to Second Life on a computer, not a mobile device. The position will involve a 4-hour per week commitment, with the requirement of being present for a weekly staff meeting. Communication will also occur via a company email account and other web-based team organization software. Competitive base compensation is offered, plus commission for each property rented. TO APPLY: Online- visiting https://forms.gle/K3dS2JS5yz6F5Enz8 In-World: Visit Davies Tower: (http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Sapphire%20Skies/186/237/17) Questions can be directed to Anastasia Z. Trinity either by IM or NC, or via email at anastasia@visualfantasymedia.com. Or, you can call the office by NorPhone at (215) 512-5151.
  6. ========================== Visual Fantasy Media, Inc. http://visualfantasymedia.com/ ========================== Our up-and-coming media company is seeking friendly and enthusiastic professionals in Advertising Sales. RESPONSIBILITIES: Selling advertisement space for VFM Style, our company's e-zine, by contacting different Second Life creators, businesses, communities, etc... Help to design ads for the client Help develop a list of communities and in-world locations that would be willing to place a newspaper box for e-zine distribution Attend weekly staff meetings Other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS: Professional, courteous demeanor and appearance. Sales coordinators are expected to dress appropriately in business attire while on the job and meeting with clients. Outgoing and friendly personality, with strong interpersonal communication. An excellent verbal communicator. Reliable, dedicated and enthusiastic person, excited to join a family-like work atmosphere. Reliable access to Second Life on a computer, not a mobile device. The position will involve a 4-hour per week commitment, with the requirement of being present for a weekly staff meeting. Communication will also occur via a company email account and other web-based team organization software. Competitive base compensation is offered, plus commission for each ad sold. TO APPLY: Online- visiting https://forms.gle/inLxoQHy1dRYb15J8 In-World: Visit Davies Tower: (http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Sapphire%20Skies/186/237/17) Questions can be directed to Anastasia Z. Trinity either by IM or NC, or via email at anastasia@visualfantasymedia.com. Or, you can call the office by NorPhone at (215) 512-5151.
  7. You didn't come off as "nice" at all, nor are you now. My point stills stands... I was asking for suggestions on modeling agencies to employ, not critique or reasons why I shouldn't be. I'm not here to start forums to discuss the pros and cons of SL role-play, companies, schools or anything else. I was asking a question. If you don't have an agency to recommend, MOVE ON.
  8. I've been searching around for a nice high quality mesh platter of sandwiches to place inside of a display case in a cafe, similar to the photos of ones attached below. It would be awesome if it also offered a sandwich to eat when you touched it. Fewer prims the better of course. Does anyone know of anything like this, or anyone able/willing to make one? I am definitely willing to pay.
  9. Hi Jude, thanks so much for the response! I will definitely contact you in-world ASAP.
  10. There are still a few; I found them. And let me ask you, what makes a modeling agency/school necessarily a ripoff? It's Second Life. Regardless of what it might be to you personally, it's still a *game* deeply rooted in *role play*. If someone wants to role play attending a modeling school or running a modeling school, isn't that their prerogative? I've participated in elementary schools at a kid avi, I've attended colleges as an adult avi. I've paid for them with L$/real money. Didn't learn a thing, so perhaps you might call those schools a ripoff too. But I had a great time doing it and so it was completely worth the L$ I paid. And your last comment came off a little harsh. I was being sarcastic, tongue-in-cheek, saying that I was "hoping to avoid the recruitment and selection process myself". So sorry if it wasn't read that way... Point was, I was looking for models and wished to go through an agency who would help find the right model for the job using their existing list of people. I've never sought a model before, so I really have no clue what to look for and ask for. And of course they would be paid, not me. Seems pretty obvious to me that if you work with an agency to find talent, the agency/talent is paid! I'm pretty new to these forums, but I am NOT new to Second Life. But I'll share something I've noticed quite a bit in a lot of these forum postings. It seems fairly common for certain people to respond to someone's post with a critical, judgmental response that's simply unhelpful, unnecessary and uncalled for, especially if the original post is submitted by a "newbie" to the forums. There also seems to be a specific few people that are quite active in the forums and participate this is behavior a lot, almost as if they see themselves as a voluntary moderator. As a "newbie" to the forums, I'd just like to say that this sort of thing SUCKS. If you don't have something useful to say, DON'T RESPOND. We don't need you critiquing our posts, questioning our motives or interest, and making it uncomfortable for us to use the forums. *mic drop*
  11. I've only found one or two in-world, and maybe that's all there really is these days... But thought I'd ask here just in case someone can point me in the right direction. Anyone know of groups or places that offer models for short projects and photo shoots? I'd like to find an agency that already have experienced people on "payroll"; hoping to avoid the recruitment and selection process myself and just use an agency to bring the talent to me! 😁
  12. I say if you're advertising job openings, regardless of the type of position, it's perfectly reasonable to ask people to apply. In RL, you don't get a job interview/the opportunity to meet and discuss the job, see the location, etc, until AFTER you show interest by submitting an application. Siera, I think you're doing exactly what I would do. And I would be interested myself, although I'm not quite sure I have the time to devote at the moment! Perhaps in the future. But lots of luck to you!!
  13. Our up-and-coming media company is seeking a friendly and enthusiastic Art Gallery Attendant for the Visual Fantasy Media Gallery located inside our company headquarters in downtown Coastal Heights. RESPONSIBILITIES: Staffing the gallery during weekly events. Greeting visitors as they arrive, offering refreshment and engaging interaction during their visit. Answer visitor questions and provide information about the artwork and exhibits displayed in the gallery, utilizing NC’s provided by the artist explaining why the piece was created, the artist’s thoughts and emotions, and what they were trying to communicate to the viewer. Educate visitors about the artist, about Visual Fantasy Media and the array of services provided. Assist executive staff with gallery event planning, marketing, and other administrative tasks as necessary. Record any specific comments, questions and suggestions from visitors. Thank visitors for coming and invite them to return to enjoy future exhibits. QUALIFICATIONS: Professional, courteous demeanor and appearance. The attendant is expected to dress appropriately in business attire while on the job. Outgoing and friendly personality, with strong interpersonal communication and customer service skills. An excellent verbal communicator with the ability to talk to a wide range of people without getting flustered or intimidated. Willingness to voice chat with visitors who prefer that method of communicating. Reliable, dedicated and enthusiastic person, with an interest in art and media. Reliable access to Second Life on a computer, not a mobile device. The position will involve a 4-hour per week commitment, with the requirement of being present for one scheduled gallery event each week on Saturday. Compensation is L$1000 per hour. To apply, please stop by Davies Tower (http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Sapphire%20Skies/186/237/17) and pick up an application. Candidates can also apply online by visiting https://forms.gle/zAxDdMQZtSXbfG9k8. Questions can be directed to Anastasia Z. Trinity (Pandoriamoonshadow) either by IM or NC, or via email at anastasia-at-visualfantasymedia-dot-com.
  14. Yay for super awkward people that are no good at starting conversations! πŸ˜‚ I am too.... I also keep myself busy too, I do wish I had someone to chat with and share activities with sometimes. I'll be in world later today, maybe we could chat then?
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