PROTEC Film: Professional Readiness for Technical Careers

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Santa Fe Community College in partnership with Santa Fe County and the Northern Area Local Workforce Development Board is seeking participants for the Professional Readiness for Technical Careers (PROTEC) accelerated film and media education program that will begin January 2017.

protec_partnersPROTEC will include 100 intensive hands-on classroom and on-the-job training hours for Santa Fe County residents looking to apply their skills in the local film industry. Participants will work with industry professionals, film industry career advisors and apply their skills in grip/electric, camera, editing and social media marketing. Up to 25 participants will be accepted in this program that is designed to introduce Santa Fe County residents to the possibilities of jobs and careers in the New Mexico film and media industries.

The 30 hour class room portion runs January 3 to 14 and the 70 job site hours run January 17 to  May 25.

Learn more about the program and its instructors.

A community celebration takes place 10 a.m. to noon, January 14, 2017. Learn more on the PROTEC Santa Fe website.

 

Contacts:

Jeff Barela, Executive Director – NALWDB
505.986.0363 Ext.4
jeff@nalwdb.org

Monique Anair, Coordinator – SFCC
505.428.1738
monique.anair@sfcc.edu

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