Sisters On The Runway To Host Model Auditions For Spring Fashion Show

Sisters on the Runway will hold model auditions for its annual spring fashion show on Tuesday, February 1, and Wednesday, February 2 from 7 to 8 p.m. in the White Building’s Room 132.

Sisters on the Runway is a student-run organization dedicated to raising awareness against sexual assault and domestic violence in the Penn State community. The group uses its annual fashion show to raise money for the healing efforts of victims.

Seeking to celebrate diversity in all walks of life, Sisters on the Runway encourages anyone to consider trying out as a model. Anyone is welcome to audition, and no experience is necessary.

Potential models need to attend only one audition and should plan to wear a black shirt and high heels. Those interested can find the audition sign-up here, but walk-ins are welcome, too.

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