Are you a high school student in Oakland
or Alameda County?
Are you interested in creating television programming? Films? Journalism? Commercials? Viral Videos?
Do you want to work for yourself some day?
If you answered yes to the questions above, check out KDOL’s R.O.P. class and internship program, where you can have the opportunity to work with the latest in digital video production hardware and software including Panasonic, Sony, Final Cut Pro, and others. OUSD's KDOL TV and the Media Enterprise Alliance, a local non-profit, will launch this new course in the fall of 2010. The program is open to high school students across the District and throughout Alameda County. The KDOL program will give students a chance to explore the field of video production, while gaining hands on experience that will help them build a portfolio and launch a career.
Learn from award-winning industry professionals, UC Berkeley School of Journalism and Haas Business school graduate students, while doing hands-on work with your peers!
You’ll earn high school credits, get a jump start on your future career dreams, and tell the world about Oakland’s youth with the videos you produce and we air on KDOL TV, Channel 27.
Click here to download an application form, or visit KDOL online. There is no deadline for applications, but enrollment will be granted on a first-come, first-served basis. Once the class is filled, applicants will be placed on a waiting list.
For more information about KDOL and this new opportunity, email firstname.lastname@example.org.