Casting Call for Video and Photos
The college is looking for alumni and current students to help us tell the Brightpoint story during June photo and video shoots.
The college is working on an exciting new project this summer, and we’re looking for a wide range of alumni and current students to help us tell the Brightpoint story through video, photos, social media, feature stories and more!
On June 14-16, we will be holding photo and video shoots at the Chester and Midlothian campuses, as well as at offsite locations in the area. If you embody the Brightpoint spirt and want to take part in this project, let us know! Just fill out our brief casting call form where you can tell us a little about yourself, share your availability, and upload a current photo and video. Because a video upload is required, the email you use to access the form must be a VCCS student email or other Gmail account. If you experience issues using the form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You do not need previous experience with video and photo shoots to be considered. Candidates will be selected based on their availability, school spirit and shoot needs. Review of submissions will begin on May 16, so please begin to regularly check your email May 16 – June 16 for updates and information on the shoot.
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