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Severson Sisters and Voice America Kids Radio Looking for Radio Hosts
Severson Sisters in search of hosts for the "Super Girl Guide" radio show that launches January 2013 on VoiceAmerica Kid's Channel
The Super Girl Guide Radio Show will focus on everyday life issues girls face today. The co-hosts will discuss issues around these four core values – Education, Awareness, Playfulness and Inspiration.
The co-hosts will talk about issues happening at school, within their community, during their afterschool activities and the people in their lives who inspire them.
Severson Sisters, a bullying-solutions and self-compassion non-profit headquartered in Phoenix, will help to guide the conversation with its curriculum designed to empower girls to live their life as their awesome, authentic super self.
Severson Sisters aims to inspire all girls to be Super Girls and the Super Girl Guide Radio Show is an extension of its mission.
The Super Girl Guide Radio Show will be an hour-long hosted every week at the Voice America Kids studio in Scottsdale. The co-hosts will be responsible for the content of the show every week, as well as scheduling regular guests who fit into the overall theme of the show.
WHEN: Severson Sisters and Voice America Kids will audition all middle-school Super Girls interested in becoming the voices of the new Super Girl Guide Radio Show on January 12th, 2013 from Noon - 4:00 pm at the Microsoft Store in the Scottsdale Fashion Square.
DETAILS: Please send in an essay answering these two questions if you are interested to Carrie Severson at firstname.lastname@example.org by January 4, 2013.
What inspires you in life?
Tell us why you would want to be a radio network DJ for the Super Girl Guide Radio Show?
We will be in communication with every Super Girl interested in auditioning.
About Severson Sisters
Severson Sisters is a bullying-solutions and self-compassion non-profit that was founded by Carrie Severson in January of 2011 to help address the significant impact of bullying, specifically, among girls. A child who feels unsafe, humiliated, and degraded suffers devastating effects, including lower grades, low self-esteem and social withdrawal, which often leads to depression, substance abuse and/or suicidal thoughts. Severson Sisters uses creative arts as a powerful tool for helping girls build self-esteem, develop social skills to support healthy relationships and mitigate their need for a false sense of superiority through bullying tactics. Visit www.seversonsisters.org for more information.
About Voice America Kids Radio Network
In August of 2010 Perry Damone Founder and Chairman of the KidStar Radio Network met an incredible gentleman with an extraordinary vision by the name of Jeff Spenard. Mr. Spenard is the President of World Talk Radio LLC / Voice America. Perry Damone and Jeff Spenard sat down to discuss a new channel that Voice America was thinking of launching; Voice America Kids. This was the beginning of a collaborative effort between World Talk Radio/ Voice America and KDSTR Radio Corp. The KidStar team consulted with Jeff Spenard and his unbelievably talented staff for several months to create and launch the VAK network with a short term goal of twenty Voice America Kids network shows to expand to one hundred shows in the next twenty four months months. We have now met that short term goal of 31 all kid run network shows covering topics from sports, to politics, to school issues, to fashion, travel and even a show that is hosted by two twelve year olds called “Life At Twelve” which started as “Life At Ten.” Currently we have shows that are focused on communities and critical issues that face our youth today such as “Purple Songs Can Fly” which originates from Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston hosted by kids going through life challenging treatments. VAK also collaborates with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children offering a 24/7 on air beacon that looks for missing kids across the country and around the world. “Our Future is Missing, Voice America Kids” is hosted by kids looking for missing kids; to date and as of this writing, “Our Future Is Missing Voice America Kids” along side incredible nationwide efforts, there have been 14 kids recovered which have been on the VAK airwaves. We are proud and excited to welcome a brand new show that will have positive impact with our worldwide community of kids called “The Super Girl Guide Radio Show” launching January 2013.
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