Train: Post Production
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How can I access this resource?
Interested candidates must meet the following eligibility requirements:
- Be 21+ years of age
- Be a New York City Resident
- Be eligible to work in the United States
- Have some basic computer skills
- Be interested in working in post production for at least 2 years
How do I apply?
The next cohort of the program will begin recruitment later this year. In the meantime, you have a chance to explore, discover, and prepare for a career in post production!
Each cohort of this program serves 15 New Yorkers.
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What will I learn?
This five-week, full-time training will provide you with an introduction to the post production industry, technical training in five industry-standard software programs, job-readiness training, and networking opportunities with industry professionals as you start your career as an entry-level post production professional.
What do I need?
Interested applicants need a computer and Internet access and a computer to attend an online information session to access the online application.
While you do not need to have experience with editing software programs, basic computer skills are necessary to successfully complete the training. In addition, some experience in the media and entertainment sector is preferred.
How long will this take?
The application process generally takes 3-4 weeks and consists of three steps:
- Application: Attend an online information session and submit an application.
- Interview: Participate in an interview with the program team.
- Try-out: Join a program try-out session to test your computer skills.
What can I do after completing this training?
After completing the training, alumni are supported with two years of job placement support services from the training provider. Alumni from the program have gone onto entry-level positions in post production working on films, television shows, and commercials. If you are interested in additional support with job placement, you can always contact a virtual Workforce1 Career Center.