13WMAZ's former Junior Journalists recall getting ready to audition back in 2017, all with the same feeling.
"I was like a nervous wreck because they were like, ' OK, we are all gonna have you audition now and we're gonna ask you some questions,'" Anna Brooke Keisler recalled.
"When I went into the auditions, I was very nervous," Braylin Edwards said.
"I was really nervous going into it because I didn't know anyone who had ever done it, so I didn't get to talk to them about it," Ava Trussell said.
Those who step in the doors of either the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon or the Museum of Aviation will be among dozens of other kids, which could be nerve-wracking, but take it from Anna Brooke -- you're not alone.
"Don't let other people intimidate you because they might be just as nervous as you are," Keisler said.
Regardless of nerves, going in with a good attitude is also key.
"Do your best and if you make it, you do, and if you don't, its' OK," Raines Murphy said.
"I'm gonna give it my all and try and try my hardest because that's all anyone can ask of you," Braylin Edwards said.
Another word of advice: Be yourself and be confident.
"You don't want them to pick you because you're someone you're not, you want them to pick you because of who you are," Keisler said.
"Have a big personality and be confident in yourself -- that's my best advice," Trussell said.
"Be yourself, be confident, and try not to be nervous," Edwards said.
There are two opportunities to audition -- Tuesday, July 16 at the Museum of Arts and Sciences in Macon, and Wednesday, July 24 at the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins.
Auditions are from 6-8 p.m. both evenings.
To qualify, you must have a birthday between August 1, 2006 and August 1, 2009. You must also live in the 13WMAZ viewing area and you must also have a parent or guardian who can provide transportation on reporting days.
Please have a copy of your child's birth certificate and a proof of residency such as a utility bill.
We can't wait to see you all there, and good luck!