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A Promotional Modeling & Event Staffing Agency


Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I become a Boost Model?
To apply to be a Boost Model's team member you will need to send us a current photo and short resume to casting@boostmodels.com. Someone will respond to your email within 48hrs. You will receive an e-mail that will include our policies and an independent contractor agreement. You may also contact us by filling out our model information form. The information collected in this form will be used to book you for future photo shoots and events. 
 

Boost Models is only on an Independent Contractor basis, and you are not prohibited from working events with other companies, as clearly outlined in our Independent Contractor Agreement. If you have any questions about working as an independent contractor, we would encourage you to review our agreement prior to working with Boost Models.

How Old Do I Need to Be?

You must be at least 18 years old and legally allowed to work in the United States to be considered for ALL jobs. Some projects require you to be at least 21 years of age and that information will be indicated in the initial program announcement.

How Much Does Boost Models Pay?
Most event pay ranges from $15 to $35/hr depending on the event. Boost Models pays you on a gross basis. We do not charge you an agency fee nor do we withhold taxes on your behalf. You are hired as an independent contractor and you are responsible for your personal taxes. The pay from each event will be sent to your mailing address within two to three weeks after the event is complete.

What If I Need to Cancel a Job/Booking I Am Already Confirmed For?

Our preference is for you not to cancel, but if it’s an absolute necessity please call casting (407) 989-0058) immediately so he/she can replace you. If you cancel your booking within 72 hours of the start time. The more dependable you can be, the more we book you for events and projects.

Does Boost Models Pay for Parking and or Transportation?

Typically, no. Parking is often free at most venues and if not it is the responsibility of the individual. Additionally, travel, transportation, and other expenses are not reimbursed unless agreed to prior to the booking confirmation. In the event that reimbursements are included in a program, individuals must follow strict guidelines regarding receipts and proper protocol for payment to be issued.