The California Community Colleges may be the best kept secret for students from all walks of life looking to break into entertainment. To showcase the variety of courses offered by our expert faculty, the ICT-DM sector created a website for students interested in a career in this exciting industry.
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By Rachel R. Watkins Schoenig, Cornerstone Strategies, LLC Five weeks ago, we would have had a hard time imagining universities and testing centers across California all shutting down at the same time. Today, it’s our reality. With orders...
Ray Kaupp is a familiar face to many within the Bay Area’s community colleges. He was an instructor at Cabrillo College for 12 years before moving to Sacramento to work on the California Online Community College project. He also has more than 20...
Bungie, Inc. Employees Share Their Insights by Markus Geissler, Professor and Deputy Sector Navigator, ICT/Digital Media, Greater Sacramento Region Abstract: Based upon several responses from employees at Bungie, Inc., a developer of computer games...
Specialized bootcamps for students interested in exploring the entertainment industry can be held on campus and in connection with local high schools. This best practice is a key activity to connect high school students to their local colleges for entertainment training. Instructors interested in developing a bootcamp are encouraged to call their Regional Director for assistance.
ENTERTAINMENT MODEL CURRICULUM
There are 8 final C-ID descriptors for
Film, Television & Electronic Media:
Introduction to Electronic Media
Introduction to Media Aesthetics and Cinematic Arts
Introduction to Media Writing
Beginning Audio Production
Beginning Radio Production
Beginning Single Camera Production
Beginning TV Studio Production
Beginning Motion Picture Production
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The Transfer Model Curriculum (TMC) for Film, Televison & Electronic Media can be viewed here.