Whitney High School sophomore Briley Ann Haskins is a finalist in the Rite Aid/Seventeen magazine Glam Camp modeling contest.
Hakins, 15, is one of 10 finalists from across the country who is competing for a trip to New York, hair and makeup makeover, $750 fashion shopping spree, professional photo shoot and her picture in Seventeen.
Voting is open through Oct. 29 at www.glamcamp.com/model-search, where you can see view the 10 finalists’ profiles and watch the video, showcasing her personality, that Briley made for the competition.
“This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and would be a dream come true for me,” said Briley, who maintains straight A’s and takes three advanced placement classes. “It would help me on my way toward my goal of being an actress or news broadcaster.”
In addition to school activities, Briley is active in theater and her church, and volunteers at many fundraisers, such as Relay for Life. She is the daughter of Lori Boone and John Haskins, and has a brother, Nick, and half-brother, Sean.
The winner will serve as the spokesperson for Rite Aid’s Glam Camp for a year. Briley is the only finalist from Northern California.