Digital Media CT Training Program

5/11/2016

Applications for Summer/July 2015 Sessions in Stamford Now Being Accepted

Visit www.digitalmedia-ct.com for more info!

Digital Media CT, a summer training program developed in partnership by the Connecticut Office of Film, Television & Digital Media and the University of Connecticut, will take place once again this July in Stamford with the goal of helping to grow Connecticut’s skilled workforce for the state’s burgeoning digital media industry.

The program is designed for individuals with a demonstrated interest in digital media who want to develop the basic skills necessary to potentially seek or expand work in the industry. Candidates encouraged to apply include high school seniors, current college students and graduates with majors in communications/film/television, as well as professionals who desire to explore digital media.

Hosted at UConn’s Stamford Campus, there will be two programs offered this year – one for daytime students or those with a flexible day schedule, and a new one for working professionals. The month-long daytime program will offer four tracks of study from July 5-29: 3D Animation in Cinema in 4D; Game Design; Motion Graphics Design; and Web Design. The two-week evening programs will consist of two tracks: Social Media Management from July 5-15; and Web Design from July 18-29.

Classes will be taught by UConn’s Digital Media & Design faculty and local/regional professionals, complemented with lectures from industry experts. The training will equip students with the specialized skills and hands-on experience needed to pursue careers in the industry, and provide them with a unique opportunity to build relationships with accomplished practitioners in respective fields.

Upon successful completion of the program, graduates will have produced a portfolio-worthy project representative of their work and education, and will receive a certificate of achievement for their selected track. Interested candidates can register or find more information about the program at: digitalmedia-ct.com.


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