Get VO Experience & Practice THIS Way…

In our Intro to VO workshop, we talk about volunteering for GaRRS (Georgia Radio Reading Service) as a great way to get experience in front of the mic.

Marion Hopkins let us know about another way to get experience and practice, all from home. 
You can sign up to be a volunteer at
Learning Ally –
Learning Ally produces audiobooks and trainings for kids who have learning or visual disabilities. Marion says she’s able to record her projects from home. It would be a great way to test out your home studio, get yourself comfortable with recording and editing. 

Application is absolutely necessary in acquiring a skill but it’s tough sometimes to get that experience. Volunteering for Learning Ally is a great way to do that. 
Thanks so much Marion for that recommendation! 

Thanks again for being patient as we move, grow and strive to provide incredible training and opportunities. 
 -Mike Stoudt & Heidi Rew

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