Released: January 29, 2018
Santa Fe Community College will host public informational work-in-progress film screenings of a documentary that tells the story of the New Mexico’s role in the Battle of Glorieta during the American Civil War. Screenings will be followed by a discussion with the filmmakers and historian Stephen C. Martinez, Ph.D. who will lead the discussions. Screenings of the film are from noon to 1:30 p.m., Fridays Feb. 9 and Feb. 16 in Room 563, located in the film program editing suites at SFCC, 6401 Richards Ave.
Participants in the Professional Readiness and Technical Experience for Careers (PROTEC) program at Santa Fe Community College interned on the film from January 2017 through October 2017. PROTEC is an accelerated skills-based education program offered in partnership with Santa Fe County, Northern Area Local Workforce Development Board and Santa Fe Community College. Students spend thirty hours in the classroom and over 100 hours on-the-job with local businesses. The next PROTEC program begins February 26, 2018 at Santa Fe Community College.
Information about the educational behind the scenes experiences can be found online at http://protecsantafe.blogspot.com/.
The screenings are free and open to the public. For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 505-428-1738.
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