Have you always wanted to be a reality television star? If so, than I have a couple of casting opportunities for you that just might be your big break.
First, Animal Planet is looking for expedition leaders to travel Greenland to be a part of their show Ice Cold Gold. The program follows a mining company as it travels to remote areas of globe in search of valuable metals and minerals. This year, that quest is taking them to parts of Greenland that have seldom been visited by outsiders before, where they’ll race to complete their job before the harsh Arctic winter sets in, covering the landscape in snow and ice once again.
If you think you might be qualified, send an email that includes a photo and a brief description of yourself, as well as some info on your expedition experience, to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also find a bit more of a description in this posting at ExWeb.
The second opportunity is one that I’m sure will appeal to a number of readers will be interested in. Reality television legend Les Stroud is preparing to film new episodes of his show Survivorman and he’s looking to take one lucky viewer with him out into the field. For those who haven’t seen this show (have you been living under a rock?), Les is dropped off in a remote region of the world – usually completely alone – and he must survive in that environment while making his way to safety.
But for an upcoming special episode Les wants to take someone along with him on his adventure, and he is accepting applications to do just that here. Applicants will need to fill out the online form and submit a 5-10 minute long video explaining why they are the right person to accompany him out into the wild. The submission deadline is April 1, which is a week from today, so you better get going. Les explains more in the video below.
Good luck to anyone who applies for either of these opportunities. They could certainly lead to some interesting adventures.
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