Jenni 'JWOWW' Farley's Education Background
Jenni Farley is an Italian American who is best known for appearing on MTV’s hit reality television show, Jersey Shore. Farley is also known as “JWOWW,” a nickname based on her physical appearance. Supposedly, she walked into a bar one day and the men started shouting “JWOWW.” Evidently, the name stuck. EDUinReview will now take a look at the education background of this reality star.
JWOWW became interested in computer programming when she was 17-years old. She studied the subject for three years until she became a master. She then turned her sights to the fine arts and graphic design industry. This lead her to move to New York City, where she studied the field for four years at a local university. She then opened a graphic design business, Jenni Farley Designs Inc. In 2010, JWOWW and Power Play International Inc. became partners; JWOWW is their marketing director.
JOWW has been described as impatient and easy-to-annoy, so waiting in lines to go into clubs in NYC was not her cup of tea. JWOWW did not want to be like everyone else, so she applied for the cast of MTV’s new show at the time, Jersey Shore. It was through this venue that JWOWW planned on telling her life’s story and also avoiding club lines, a combination that is turning out wonderfully for her.
Recently, JWOWW wrote a book for girls that is designed to guide girls through life, Jersey-style. The book is called “The Rules According to JWOWW: Shore-Tested Secrets on Landing a Mint Guy, Staying Fresh to Death, and Kicking the Competition to the Curb.” The book was released on February 8, 2011 and has received good reviews so far.
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