Voices.com Will Host Voice Over Demonstration Booth at SLOME 2011
SLOME is presented by the Elgin Middlesex Oxford Workforce Planning and Development Board on Monday May 11 from 8:00am - 3:30pm at the Western Fairgrounds, Agriplex Building.
Visitors to the Voices.com booth will have the opportunity to test-drive what it’s like to be a voice actor by participating in a live recording of their voice using family friendly scripts. Students will get to hear a play-back of what they sound like and receive some performance tips. A listing of local coaching resources will be available upon request should students wish to explore the fascinating world of voice overs even further.
Students can also view a PowerPoint presentation complete with interesting, yet little-known facts about the voiceover industry. There will be demonstrations for vocal warm-ups and visitors will learn how and why it’s important to take care of the voice.
Voices.com will also be seeking out partners for future summer internships at the company while at SLOME. “Voices.com is an interesting, fun, forward-thinking company with a lot to offer students looking to learn about new and innovative career options. As a student, navigating the waters of what to do with the rest of your life can be really overwhelming,” says Jessica Campbell, the company’s HR Manager.
Ms. Campbell adds, “Voices.com hopes to provide opportunities in business, web development, marketing and support services that would be suitable for co-op and internship students in high school and post secondary school. I'm sure that SLOME will put us in touch with several students as well as teachers and faculty that may be interested in working with us.”
For more information please visit workforcedevelopment.ca
About SLOME 2011
SLOME 2011, with the help of over 25 volunteers and 55 community partners/exhibitors, works hard to spark curiosity. It enables youth to sample careers they may not have considered before and gives them an opportunity to experience the transferable skills required in today’s job market and how science technology and the trades relates to careers.
SLOME 2011 has over 3,000 students registered to attend who are from Elgin, Middlesex, Oxford Counties and City of London in grades 7-12, including private schools and 4 different school boards.
Voices.com connects businesses with professional voiceover talent and serves over 107,220 people from around the world including NBC, ESPN, PBS, The History Channel, The Discovery Channel, Reader’s Digest, Audible, Comcast, Bell Canada, Sony Picture, Microsoft, Cisco Systems, ING, Western Union, American Airlines, Ford, GM, Toyota, US Army, the US Government and thousands more.
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