Since the creation of John Robert Powers in 1923, our courses have produced an abundance of talented individuals, who have gone on to achieve great things, so we would like to share their inspirational stories. One of John Robert Powers’ most successful alumni, Jessica Sanchez, attended programs at the San Diego branch in 2006 and has since gone on to become a global singing sensation.
Do you struggle with time management and always seem to fall behind on your workload? Or are you just a procrastinator extraordinaire? Either way, you probably didn’t realize that there are some simple ways to increase your productivity; all you need to do is know which study habits to keep and which ones to kick in order to work more efficiently. At John Robert Powers we encourage our students to realize their full potential and find success. Follow this quick tip guide to study smarter, not harder, and we bet you’ll either ace your next exam or never miss a deadline again.
Style is your personal stamp on how you dress. Your style tells the world who you are by reflecting your individuality while respecting social conventions of dressing according to the time, place and occasion. Having great style is so much more than just reading glossy fashion magazines and following the latest trends. Style is also about knowing what suits you and creating a well coordinated look from the top of your head to the tip of your toes. Developing a sense of style and cultivating your look is a rite of passage for many teenagers. Follow John Robert Powers’ top fashion tips to help you define your signature style.
Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes at John Robert Powers? We caught up with four facilitators from various courses to gain an insight into what they do and why they love teaching.
Gerardo N. Peralta teaches Voice Communication and runs the Teacher-Led Conversation Club.
“I was about to end my Voice Communication 1 class when a young student raised her hand. She said, ‘I have a disorder. Usually I start walking around just minutes after the class starts, but in your class I sat down until… now! It’s so interesting.’ My heart melted. Whether a student is a CEO, a celebrity singer or host, an executive or a pre-teen; I make sure I follow the FI-WI principle to Find their Interest and Win their Interest. That’s because I feel, here at JRP, we keep our students’ interests not only in mind, but in our hearts.”
Do you constantly spend time comparing yourself to people with flawless skin and immaculate make up? The quest to figure out how to be beautiful is an age-old pursuit and people from around the world have been debating the best beauty secrets for centuries. As a result, weird and wonderful advice has been passed down through generations. While many of us are keen to experiment with unusual remedies, the fact is that a healthy diet and a touch of make up can help you look and feel like a million dollars, it’s as simple as that! Be the best you can be by following these five top beauty tips from John Robert Powers.