The 2012-13 Nashville Prevention Partnership series is looking for on-air talent, and MNPS high school students are invited to audition. Production is set to begin in late August.
According to Nashville Prevention Partnership, those interested should be able to spend at least four hours in production every week, including some weekends. Experience with video concepts and editing is preferred but not required.
Nashville Prevention Partnership is a coalition that brings individuals and organizations together to reduce substance abuse in Nashville. The organization hopes to create awareness of the issues related to youth addiction and use of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs. They have created several public service announcements, video projects and developed the Rep Your Voice website (www.repyourvoice.com).
In this audition, Nashville Prevention Partnership is looking to find:
1) Teens who are not afraid to be in front of the camera and conduct interviews (with peers and adults)
2) Teens who would like to learn how to work on a production set
3) Teens who can read from a script or teleprompter
4) Teens who are not using alcohol or drugs
***You will be responsible for transportation to and from the Youth Opportunity Center located on 1704 Charlotte Ave.
If you are interested, auditions are by appointment only. To schedule an audition or receive more information, contact Angela Gonzales, at email@example.com or 615-983-6823.
The deadline for auditions is August 31st