Backpack Journalism Editing

Learn to Edit…. Be a Back Pack Journalist

Another year has gone and a new year has begun. The January training classes beginning with Intro to Video Basics have filled just about to capacity not that we couldn’t add more classes but the ones we have are doing well. Intro was January 6 and enrollment was off to a very slow start but as usual at the last minute we got bombarded with registrations and we are doing well. This has been so far a very busy two weeks with the classes. We hired a new Trainer, Omri Haberman who was with us as a part time Teaching Assistant  He is now the full time Trainer in the TVS dept.  New Classes, new Trainer, new Teaching Assistants, and a snow storm, what a way to start the year. We endured, rescheduled, and kept going. Its time many of you  are thinking of warmer, sunnier weather and with that comes Spring, spring break and the kids are home from school. What  are they going to do, how about signing them up for our spring break Back Pack Journalism class, it will give them something to do while  learning something new, that is a lot of fun.  IF you cant wait until spring and would like something for you or for your kids or both  that is also available to kids over 13 we have an Editing class. Learn Final Cut Pro and learn how to edit you videos on professional equipment.

Larry Merewitz

About Larry Merewitz

Larry Merewitz is the Traning and Volunteer Services Manager of Montgomery Community Media, which provides media training and community-based content for the residents of Montgomery County. Larry writes a blog on MyMCMedia, find it here.


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