If you're a young lady who'll be at least 18 by March 30th and are looking to continue dancing and/or cheering on a bigger stage than your dance studio recitals or your high school and college sidelines, then we might have exactly what you're looking for.
Or maybe you don't have dance or cheer experience or you don't have the time to put into dance practice twice a week but still want to be part of a world-class organization like a pro cheerleading squad. The Jills Ambassador Squad may just be up your alley.
The Buffalo Jills are holding open auditions starting on March 30th at Carol Joy's Fusion Dance Studio on Kenmore Ave in Buffalo. On that day, aspiring dancers will learn a routine that they will have to perform at the next session of tryouts and everyone, dancers and ambassadors alike, will get a basic overview of what to expect, not only of tryouts but of the full Jills experience. You'll learn what you'll be expected to do but also what you can expect to get as a Jill. While it's pretty well-known that Jills don't get paid for gamedays, it might not be as well known about how they do make out pretty well in pay for some appearances as well as various perks and discounts from many of the Jills' sponsors.
For more information, be sure to visit http://buffalojills.net/audition.html
Please keep in mind tryouts are not open for the public to watch. These young ladies will have a lot to take in and learn in order to make the squad and distractions would only hurt them.