College Entrepreneurs Wanted for New Reality TV Series

Show's format will be similar to NBC's "The Apprentice"

College entrepreneurs wanted for reality TV series Some of the largest companies in the world were started in dorm rooms. Mark Zuckerberg started Facebook in his. Now, a casting company wants to follow the next big thing as it gets its start in a dorm room.

A Los Angeles casting company is looking for business-minded college students interested in starring in a new reality television show.

Doron Ofir Casting is taking applications online for contestants on “Dorm Biz,” a college-focused show similar to NBC’s “The Apprentice” that will provide mentorship and guidance to active business owners in college, with winners receiving startup funding.

The show is seeking matriculating undergraduate or graduate students, ages 18 to 25, who are partners or sole proprietors of active startups.

Applicants are instructed to create a casting video detailing your business in detail, how you came up with this plan and how you plan to execute your business plan.

For more information, applicants are instructed to visit www.dormbiz.com

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