Digital Media Pre-Apprenticeship Readiness via Invitations to selected meet-ups comprised of panelist and exhibitors from conventions. Focus conversations as working press with research institutions on the horizon (future requirements) for workforce 2020. Communication and interpersonal skills within a professional setting via field trips to trade shows such as: Digital Hollywood, etc.
WHY DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP ?
Development of leadership – WHY DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP? Taught By Christopher Darden
How to evaluate where technology is going in the classroom, 5G, OTT, Mobile, Streaming,Systems Integration, Taught By Ted Lai, Apple
How a professional Digital Media/ Technology is run, Taught By Yvonne Harmon . She will select guest speakers, and provide the breakdown of all career opportunities inside of AT&T/DIRECTV.
Field Trips and in-class assignment on building a Curriculum Vitae.
Career awareness and exploration, will supply executives, employee resource groups with internship program insights and best practices of volunteerism, and will groom students in the areas below:
To be accountable to a professional organization
Develop self-respect, reliability and resiliency
To be successful in completing project objectives and goals including deadlines
Develop “soft skills” such as creative problem solving, conflict resolution, communication, and
teamwork outside of the classroom setting.
How will it be measured?
Streaming Techniques, Mobile, Broadcast, Facebook-Live, SnapChat/Spectacle, Twitter-Broadcast- Implementation-Operations-Munir Muhmud
Rigorous academic classroom learning with vocational coursework that merges in-classroom experiences with industry—related opportunities that integrates a project-based and performance based assessment.
Mentorship Development Of The 360 degree Student. What’s On The Horizon And How To Get In The Room, And Get A Seat At The Table. How to enable the Voice. That there are connections between the classroom learning and work site learning.
That we develop joint activities that enhance learning in both the classroom and the workplace.
That there are projects that provide students the opportunity to gather, evaluate and report
information, both individually and in teams.
That there is structure and organization that has a clear, purposeful ﬂow to our learning
That there is learning about the organization and how it functions as a whole: What are the basic skills necessary for working in the organization?
Which specific skills in math, communications, computers and time management are needed for an entry—level position in this organization?
What kinds of thinking and interpersonal skills are needed to run this organization?
What other skills (non—technical) and characteristics are expected in the workplace?
What kind of interpersonal skills make a person effective in this organization?