UNITED WAY

Search is on for Hopkins' Got Talent contestants

Want to represent your division? Submit your video for consideration by Wednesday, Oct. 31

2017 judge Thomas Dolby tries out the gymnast wheel of winner Amanda Gatewood, right, as emcee Ian Reynolds looks on

Image caption: 2017 judge Thomas Dolby tries out the gymnast wheel of winner Amanda Gatewood, right, as emcee Ian Reynolds looks on.

Image credit: SAM LEVITAN / HOMEWOOD PHOTOGRAPHY

Johns Hopkins University is searching its campuses for talented faculty and staff to participate in Hopkins' Got Talent, a fundraiser for the 2018 United Way campaign. The prize for the top talent is $500, with a second $500 going to the act that raises the most money leading up to the competition.

The show will take at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 10, at the Peabody Institute. Voting for the winner will be by a panel of judges and through text messages from the audience.

Each JHU division selects its top individual or group talent, whether the act is singing, dancing, playing an instrument, juggling, doing stand-up comedy, or something else. If you would like to be considered for the top talent spot from your division, submit a clear video of your performance to your United Way coordinator.

The deadline to submit the video is Wednesday, Oct. 31. If you have questions or need the name of your United Way coordinator, email Jayde at jantoini@jhmi.edu.

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