1 or 2 Year Program
Graduate from high school with employability skills related to your educational and career goals
Media communication, both video, and audio provide career opportunities in the music, video, influencing, news, and entertainment industry. Learn how to make things happen behind the scenes of your favorite movies or other entertainment shows. Run a recording studio, make your own music, all of this is possible in the UTC facility, with first class industry level equipment and software.
Although extremely challenging, the class will allow you to build a professional portfolio that includes commercials, music videos, short films and much, much more. You’ll work as a member of a production team, utilizing industry standard equipment and software to prepare projects that show mastery of skills like camera techniques, audio recordings, studio development, and script writing. Advanced students have the opportunity to work with clients in the community, building your resume. Remember! You also have the opportunity to work in our audio recording studio to record original songs, sound effects, or anything your imagination can think of.
When you have finished the course, your portfolio will include informational videos, public service announcements, commercials, documentaries, and music videos.
Career Paths: Audio/Video Engineer, Media Specialist, Media/Instructional Designer, Producer, Production Assistant, Programmer, Film Production, Journalist
3 high school credits for each year
Dual Enrollment College Credit Opportunities (Up to 14 College Credits)
HUSSON – CT100 – Intro to Video Production
EMCC – DGD113 – Intro to Photoshop through
EMCC – DGD224 – Intro to Time Based Media
New England Institute of Technology – DMP100 – Video Techniques)
For a complete list of the Program of Studies Agreements, please click here.
Maine Association of Broadcasters
OSHA-10 Hour General Industry Safety & Health Certificate
Colleges and post secondary programs affiliated with this program include but are not limited to the following:
- University of Maine System
- Husson/New England School of Communications (NESCOM)
- Southern Maine Community College
- York County Community College
- Full Sail University
- Beacon University (School of Film)
- Boston University Center for Digital Imaging Arts
Pre-Requisite Academic Courses:
- Ability to read, comprehend, and write at a high school level
- Attention to detail
Click here to apply online as soon as possible. Please mention this program specifically in the "Tell us why you are interested in United Technologies Center" online form.
This course meets Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, and Fri from 8:30 am to 1:45 pm.
This course is held at United Technologies Center .
Course ID: CVC