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Meet the Girl Who Modeled for ‘The WALK’ One Time and Is Dropping Out to Pursue a Modeling Career


Photo by Jose Guolao / CC BY-SA 2.0

Before this past week, Jocelyn was just like any other Econ major: ready to take a soul-crushing job at Bain or Goldman and pass off her degree from the College as one from Wharton. But in the middle of her last semester as a senior, Jocelyn made the decision to cut her academic career short.

“It just kind of hit me that I’m, like, so incredibly beautiful,” she stated in an interview. “My girlfriend is part of The WALK, and she asked me to model for a shoot. And that’s when I realized I have a real potential for becoming a model. I mean, if she scouted me, I can get scouted by actual modeling agencies, right?”

While Jocelyn is enthusiastic about her modeling career, some of her friends have expressed some concern. “Ever since she modeled that one time, she’s been acting like we’re her maids,” a group of friends said. “She’s been bossing us around to get her coffee, do her makeup, and even promote her Instagram, which is mainly just black and white cafe pictures from her study abroad last semester.

The only thing in Jocelyn's modeling portfolio is her gig with The WALK, but we know she has her sights set on making it all the way to Paris Fashion Week. We wish you the best of luck, Jocelyn.