MMI Grad Recognized for Outstanding Work
I know some people can do a little editing but would love to be able to create something like this!
This was created by Nella Citino, Program Chair of the Video and Editing Program, as an example of what you could learn to create.
Think about the last production you watched, be it a movie, something on TV, or even a training video. Did you notice things like audio levels, camera angle and focus, attention to detail, or production value? If so, you’re one of us and you will want to become part of the Production and Editing program at Madison Media Institute.
Many of us in the media industries had to start somewhere and this type of networking is the best way to start.
I've done everything with my best friend...
My name is Jen, and I work in Admissions at the Minneapolis Media Institute. I started here back in May of this year, so I am still relatively new.
Is it worth it? Does all the money, time, effort and yes suffering of going to college pay off? It’s a good question and one not easily answered. We hear this topic in the news a lot lately. Are we choosing the right school, the right program and/or will we be able to get a good job/career because of this education? I believe the answer will be different for everyone. I can only tell you my experience and my opinion.
Minneapolis Media Institute and Rockford Career College (RCC) will be hosting a combined graduation on Friday, November 18, beginning at 4:00 p.m., at Normandale Community College Auditorium (9700 France Ave. South, Bloomington).
There will be 26 graduates from the two colleges, representing a variety of media-related programs and RCC’s paralegal diploma program.
After students earn their diploma, they can continue their education online. The Associate Completion degree in Media Business is designed to provide an opportunity for students who have completed any of the media arts diploma programs to develop fundamental knowledge and skills in media business and marketing while earning an associate’s degree. It’s designed to complement the technical skills developed in a media diploma program and enhancing the talents required for a career in media and/or media-related business.
Question: What does Columbia University, Julliard and Madison Media Institute have in common?