With GW Hillel, the Student Association, and Program Board teaming up, GW’s Got Talent will showcase musicians, magicians, dancers and other talented members of the student body. Each participant will compete against one another during the audition for a chance to perform live at Spring Fling.
Chair of the Program board, Liz Moses, believes that this new event will have a great impact on the student body
“I think GW’s Got Talent is important because there is no other event on campus that allows talented students of any background to showcase their skills,” said Moses. “For the student who is in a band or just loves to sing without being a part of a formal organization, GW’s Got Talent can become your outlet.”
Proceeds for the event will go towards GW Hillel and a mental health philanthropy of the winner’s choice.
Those students interested can contact the Program Board to schedule their audition time.