Dr. Mark Galassi, a scientist at Los Alamos National Labs, is teaching Coding classes this summer at Warehouse 21! Although the classes are free, students must commit to taking the full course and need to be prepared to work hard! To learn more visit http://www.warehouse21.org
Sat May 28 (9am-noon and 1pm-4pm) continuing Sun May 29 (10am-noon and 1pm-3pm) - full 10-hour computer programming course.
Sat June 11 (9am-noon and 1pm-4pm) continuing Sun Jun 12 (10am-noon and 1pm-3pm) - full 10-hour computer programming course.
Fri-Sat June 16-17 (5pm-7pm) - 4-hour course on computing for science
Fri-Sat July 30-July 1 (5pm-7pm) - 4-hour course on computing for science
Email email@example.com to sign-up.
More info at: https://sites.google.com/site/santafecoding/
Funded by the LANL Foundation
Did You Know? There is a Film Program at the Santa Fe Community College School of Trades, Technology, Sustainability and Professional Studies!
According to the Santa Fe Community College's website: Students can earn an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) in Film or a Certificate (CERT) in Film Production through SFCC’s Film Program, where you can prepare for a career working in the New Mexico film industry. Santa Fe iattracting film and television productions, as well as actors and crews from around the world and SFCC graduates can be found in New Mexico working as location managers, camera assistants, electricians, grips and many own small businesses creating and producing film and media. You can follow the students and filmmakers on Facebook!
A new Bachelor's Degree in Cinema and Technology is also available through the Santa Fe Higher Education Center. SFCC FILM now has an articulation to IAIA’s Cinema and Technology BFA program. Students completing an AAS in Film Production, Screenwriting and Film Studies or Documentary and Environmental Media can start as first semester juniors at IAIA.
Film Career Opportunities include: Media and Film Education, Digital Imaging, Documentary Filmmaker, Editorial Assistant, Production Assistant, Production Coordinator, Production Technician, Film/Video Producer and/or Director, Film Researcher, Media Planner, Screenwriter, or Film Critic.
To learn more about classes in film please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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