Hallmark Channel’s ‘Home & Family’ Looking For New DIY Star To Join The Team

Hallmark Channel’s Daytime Emmy® nominated series “Home & Family” in partnership with DreamJobbing announces a nationwide talent search to find the next DIY star to join the on-air team. One lucky winner will be chosen to become a DIY expert on Home & Family for one week in mid-April, joining co-hosts Mark Steines and Cristina Ferrare as the newest creative Family Member. They will create their own DIY projects for a national audience from the Home & Family set at Universal Studios, Hollywood.

DreamJobbing is an online opportunity platform created to inspire people by giving them incredible opportunities and a chance to change their story – from once in a lifetime opportunities such as Wildlife Volunteer in Thailand, to full time positions such as Writer for Lance Bass Productions, LLC. Producers are looking for enthusiastic candidates with strong DIY ideas, the ability to show viewers step-by-step how they created their DIY projects, great on-camera presence and a fun personality. Video applications will be accepted from March 7–April 15, 2016. Submission details and additional information can be found below.

**Candidate requirements, official rules, judging criteria, eligibility requirements and details can be found here – http://dreamjobbing.com/homeandfamily.

**NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. Open to legal residents of the 50 US or DC who are at least 21 and legally able to work in US. Winner will receive $1500, round-trip airfare, accommodations, and transportation. Must be available to travel to Los Angeles for appearance on Hallmark Channel’s “Home & Family” 4/20/16-4/29/16. Dates may change per Producer needs. Other restrictions apply. Official Sponsor: DreamJobbing LLC, 3112 Windsor Road, Austin, TX 78703. Subject to Official Rules and entry at DreamJobbing.com/homeandfamily.

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  1. March 22, 2016

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