Top 5 Inspirational Teens
For many teen models having someone who inspires them is important. It gives teenage models a benchmark to measure themselves against and shows them how successful they can be with hard work and determination. If you are interested in teen modelling visit the Kube Studios website now. Kube Studios is not a modelling agency.
Mad Men’s Sally Draper is the sassiest character on TV, all thanks to the young Kiernan Shipka. The actress is just 14 years old and has been playing Don Draper’s daughter since she was six and a half. She’s still not allowed to watch her own show. Shipka also nails her red carpet appearances, with a quirky but age-appropriate style that gets her raves from the fashionable set.
This young scientist’s design for a low cost, self-driving car won first place and $75,000 at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for high school students in May. The prototype signals the potential of manufacturing autonomous driving vehicles to the masses, costing only $4,000 to build as opposed to Google’s much more expensive version of the self-driving car. The 19 year old used artificial intelligence technology and a mounted camera on the car to identify traffic lanes, curbs, cars and even people.
Justin Bieber is still 19 years old and has become an industry to himself, valued by Forbes at over $58 million. He released his first single at age 15, and in 2010, he became the youngest solo male artist to hit #1 on Billboards Hot 100 since Stevie Wonder. The Canadian might not be in the US for much longer as a petition has been signed by nearly half a million Americans calling for his deportation.
Chloe Grace Moretz
Chloe Grace Moretz is a leading lady for the first time in Carrie, but the blood-drenched horror film is hardly this 16-year old’s first rodeo. The Atlanta native has had supporting roles in (500) Days of Summer and Hugo, and she’s an up-and-comer in the fashion world, too. Definitely one to watch out for in years to come.
Malala is known all over the world for the savage way she was treated by Muslim terrorists in Pakistan. She was shot in the head and neck in an assassination attempt by the Taliban on the bus home from school in Pakistan. Malala was a target because of her activism to better the education of girls under strict Muslim law. After luckily surviving the attack, the now-16-year-old didn’t hide in fear but strengthened her to continue fighting. “I speak for education of every child, in every corner of the world,” she said, and the world has been listening. This year she received the Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought and a Clinton Global Citizen Award.
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