Mini Mentor

If you’ve ever wanted to dye your hair a different color, you know how scary the commitment can be. How about changing careers? That’s a zillion times scarier.

Now you can try out someone else’s career for a day or a week and see if it’s for you before making the commitment, through the website MiniMentor.com, which is launching today.

I was approached by their team to become a mentor on their site and take on an apprentice for a short period of time, with the possibility of taking them on as an assistant or just to teach them a few things they’ve always wanted to learn. Apprentices can shadow myself in the fashion styling world or other cool professionals like a filmmaker, recording artist, or even a sports writer for MLB.com.

You don’t need any experience in the field, but just the minimal requirements posted by the mentor. If you want to be a stylist, my requirements are someone that has interest and some knowledge in fashion, who is organized, eager to learn and will be on time!

Sign up to be a mentor or to shadow a mentor starting today at MiniMentor.com.

xoLiz


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Dear Andi is the "Dear Abby" of Fashion + Beauty With Advice From NYC Fashion Stylist, Liz Teich

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