Veterans Vocational Training
The Veterans Vocational Training Program is a free opportunity for Post 9/11 veterans, their spouses, and family caregivers, to train for a career in Media Arts and Video Production at Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network’s Learning Lab in
With ample classroom and studio space, as well as state-of-the-art equipment, the Learning Lab offers training that uses the power of digital media technology to inspire learning, spark innovation and cultivate workforce skills in post 9/11 veterans.
Learning Lab programs are designed to meet the needs of today’s citizens, and the new Veterans Vocational Training Program will help post 9/11 veterans translate their military skills into civilian jobs.
The Veterans Vocational Training Program
- Learn from award-winning professionals in television, radio and new media production.
- Gain real-world experience working with media experts on digital projects and productions, ranging from live broadcasts to studio operations to web services.
- Work with Adobe programs like Premiere Pro, Audition, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
- Develop a portfolio of personal work in video and digital arts design.
- Partnerships with businesses help ensure veterans attain employment opportunities.
- Qualified veterans will receive a stipend.
- Completion of the program leads to industry-specific certifications in Digital Arts or Video Production.
Program Participant Qualifications:
* Post 9/11 veterans, spouses, and family caregivers.
* Honorable discharge from military service.
* Intermediate to advanced computer skills, MAC and PC operation is a plus.
* Interest in media as a career.
To learn more about the Veterans Vocational Training Program, contact Mike Komrosky at 860-275-7264 or email email@example.com.
To learn more about the Learning Lab, please visit www.cpbn.org/LearningLab or contact Donna Sodipo, Director of Education Services. at 860-275-7337.
The IAM would like to recognize their generous funders: