Voice123 is giving back to the voice over community of tomorrow

Posted on April 10, 2012 by


This Friday at 1pm, Voice123 will be teaching a class centered around educating the voice over community of tomorrow. The class will be given to students in the performing arts department of Wagner College in Staten Island, New York in Spiro Hall, on top of the Grymes Hill campus. It will be taught by alumni member and Voice123 Community Manager, Steven Lowell.

It will be a three-hour long class covering topics from The Voiceover Guide, and also touching on topics related to growing a healthy career in today’s world of voice overs, what to expect in the future, and how to prepare for the long-haul.

This is a very exciting event for everyone involved because it is the first time Voice123 staff will be speaking at a college or university, it certainly will not be the last, and it will be interactive. The idea of giving back and preparing the voice over community of tomorrow was sparked by talks with .EDU professors, who have recommended Voice123 to students, leading to a realization that such education is a necessity for the future of the voice industry. It is important that those who will be auditioning in the next few years, understand what it takes to make it in today’s voice over world; a world that has seen rapid changes in the last decade.

Voice123 is in its tenth year of operation and since then has listened to over 3 million auditions, and processed over 50,000 voice over jobs, while working with a global database of fascinating voice over seekers and voice talent, both established and getting started. It is time to give back…“Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth” – Cassius Clay

If you would ever like Voice123 staff to attend your event, please contact us!  Maybe we will see you this Friday?