Job Search, Student Resources
“Fake it ’til you make it”
It’s a clever cliche line we hear a lot, and though following the advice comes with some risky pitfalls, the premise is a good one…especially for students. Yes, you are learning. No, you are not an expert yet. However, you can build your online portfolio for the expertise you expect to have in the years to come. An online presence takes slow and steady work to build, and as long as your honest, genuine, and professional, there’s no reason to wait until you have a ton of experience to start right now! Read More
This creative workshop is free to any high school student in Connecticut who is interested in New Media degrees and programs. The workshop will be on April 24, 2015 from 9:30-1:00pm, with lunch included. Limited bus funding is also available.
Our keynote speaker & special guest Bruce Anderson is a producer from Blue Sky Studios and will be speaking on Story & Imagination. Bruce most recently worked on the popular animated films Rio and Ice Age.
Students will choose one workshop from our award winning faculty:
The full resolution Imagination Collaboration Flyer is available to download in PDF form here (please be patient, as it does take a bit of time to download).
For more information and to register, please fill out the following form or you can contact Barbara Rogers directly at email@example.com or at 860.343.5805.
Graphic Design, Job Search, Multimedia
One of the best ways to stay current on trends in your field is to follow well-known bloggers and industry professionals on social media. The list below covers the fields of graphic design, animation, film, TV, and sports production.
One of the easiest ways to follow blogs is to use the Feedly app. Read More
Dribbble. No, it’s not misspelled, it’s the name of a site for designers and creatives who want to show off their work. It’s also one of the hardest platforms to get on since it’s invite only. But you can greatly increase your chances of getting drafted by following these tips! Read More