A Cartoon Network Video is holding auditions for kids interested in Science, Technology, engineering and Math (Stem)
Producers of the Cartoon Network PSA are seeking kids between the ages of 9 and 13 in the New York City area. The spot is being produced by Ghost Robot for the Cartoon Network as part of a White House initiative program that promotes math and science education. The deadline is tight and parents of interested children need to apply Asap. The video will be filming on the 16th and 17th of this month in Brooklyn.
Kids and their parents interested in the project are being asked to create a video audition and sending it into the producers right away. The deadline to apply is this coming Thursday.
If you live in the NYC area and have a kid who loves math and science, check out the audition notice below.
CASTING NOTICE! TIME SENSITIVE
PARENTS, TEACHERS, YOUTH WORKERS!
Cartoon Network PSA opportunity for kids 9-13 who are enthusiastic and passionate about some aspect of STEM subjects.
FOR KIDS 9-13 – WANT TO BE IN A CARTOON NETWORK VIDEO?
Are you interested in science, technology, engineering or math?
We need to hear from you this week, literally by THURSDAY 10 MARCH!
Shoot a video of yourself, get your parents permission then send it our way. See below for details.
GHOST ROBOT / CARTOON NETWORK STEM EDUCATION PSA – Student Casting
This PSA is being produced by Ghost Robot for Cartoon Network as part of a White House initiative promoting STEM education.
Send permission forms and video links to: email@example.com
Submissions due: ASAP!
Casting Session: TBD, we will discuss with parents individually
Shooting Dates: 3/16 or 3/17
Shoot Location: TBD, possibly our studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn 11211
The kid we’re looking for:
- Mainly girls
- Ages 9-13
- Variety of backgrounds
- Looking for a super enthusiastic kid who is passionate about some aspect of STEM.
Kids who love STEM! We want to hear from a kid who looks up to a person who has, or is doing something awesome in the ‘STEM’ world. And perhaps see themselves doing something similar when they grow up.
For example, a kid who loves robots and wants to know how to build them. And they have looked at older people who have build robots. Or they are already building a robot themselves.
Energetic, natural, charismatic, not looking for a presenter, not looking for an trained actor, someone who is natural on camera, endearing, with lots of energy, but most of all,
someone who loves a part of ‘STEM’ and can tell us why they do, and what they want to do with it.
Send us a video with your answers to some of these questions! Your choice.
What’s cool about STEM?
What is your favorite invention in history?
What is a project you made in math or science class that you are really proud of?
Who is your biggest role model in your own life?
Name a person who works in science, technology, engineering, or math that you really admire. What do you think is interesting about them or their work? How is their life similar to yours?
What problem in the world would you most like to solve? How do you think you would solve it?