https://t.co/RB34hRxvk8 is proud of our, apprentice Damone Williams Jr. who shot, edited and delivered the video sizzle reel for our client’s website. https://t.co/5D6UWBzWpD view his work under check out AME 2022https://t.co/YiVrsVSEKU #DigitalPathWayInitiativeApprenticeship https://t.co/3i1fwWvQJ8
— Kevin Clark (@Homageusa) December 15, 2022
Dakar Foundation, and the DIGITAL PATHWAY INITIATIVE, (DPI) is in the discussion phase of partnering with the Digital Media Entertainment Council (DMEC) and several innovative education, inclusion and entertainment industry organizations to launch a new apprenticeship program focused on placing more people of color in careers in emerging web3, broadcast, virtual production, interactive advertising, and immersive media.
We aim to make our candidate in pre-apprenticeship and targeted DMEC growth areas more accessible to those from historically excluded groups. Our leadership team is comprised of stakeholders such as Sinclair Broadcasting, NAB, SVG , Noitavonne to deploy ATSC 3.0 Broadcast for all. These stakeholder events are brought together through student planned and generated learning experience called ‘When Worlds Collide’.
The Dakar Apprenticeship was created to provide challenge-product-based learning, and STEAM opportunities for 16-24 year old students nationally with our hub in the los Angeles county. Our federally and state-certified 12-month program uses a competency-based model and stakeholder consortium career bank, designed to build a smart-pipeline from under represented, under resourced, and under-appreciated Black and Brown students between the ages of 16 to 24. We’re undergirded by the best practices in peer-to-peer mentorship, and open-source collaboration between tribes.
The program is entitled the Digital Pathway Initiative (DPI) that features 144 hours of related supplemental instruction a paid on-the-job placement for the paths of web3 Preditor. and advocacy of the SIGGRAPH, ASWF Diversity Initiatives. Allies currently participating in the employer consortium are members of Silo Cloud, HBCU League Pass, Digital Media Entertainment Council, and a consortium K-16 los angeles county education-to-workforce entities such as Y0-Watts, California Promise Works, and the Brother Hood Crusade,
Los Angeles is and will continue to be the sports media & entertainment capital of the world, and with the 2028 Olympics it will become the hub for sports-media-broadcast enterprise where the latest innovations and global entertainment companies in mobile operators, content distributors, and media moguls will explore the convergence of technology and media & entertainment.
“When Worlds Collide” explores how the creative-tech economy can better support the next generation of industry leaders in XR/spatial computing by developing qualified candidates for apprenticeships, entry-level opportunities, and startup capital for new business models in Hollywood.
His students were already at risk. Then the pandemic came https://t.co/SUTpuZgbtf
— Kevin Clark (@Homageusa) December 14, 2022