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Cold Hollow Career Center recognizes its obligation to respect the legal rights of all students (and parents of minor students). Cold Hollow Career Center will not unlawfully discriminate against any person or group on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, marital status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetics, or disability in admission, or access to, or treatment in its programs and activities.

Cold Hollow Career Center provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, marital status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetics, or disability in compliance with State and Federal laws.

The following persons have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: 

 

Lynn Cota, Title IX Coordinator
Franklin Northeast Supervisory Union

P.O. Box 130
Richford, VT 05476
(802) 848-7888

Gabrielle Lumbra, 504 Coordinator
Enosburg Falls High School

PO Box 417
Enosburg Falls, VT 05450

(802) 933-7777 

Heather Haddick, Guidance Coordinator

Cold Hollow Career Center

PO Box 530

Enosburg Falls, VT 05450

(802) 933-7005

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 “Cold Hollow provides was a great experience for me.  I now know what I want to do after graduation and I can carry my head high and be proud of what I've accomplished.” 

-Ashley Jacobs, 2016

Digital Media

Instructor: Marcia Blanco
Phone: 802-933-4003 X3000 | 802-825-5480 (cell)
Email: marcia.blanco@fnesu.org

 

Check Out Our Gamified Curriculum

 

Digital Media Productions is a career field in what traditionally has been termed commercial and graphic arts. Students in this cluster explore careers in:

 

Graphic & Web Design
Photography
Illustration
Printing & Reproduction
Advertising & Promotion
Computer Animation
Fine Art
TV/Video/Film
Medical Imaging

 

Credits

DMP I = 3 elective credits
DMP II = 3 elective credits 

1 English credit for program completion

1 Art credit for program completion

 

Things You’ll Learn

Areas of study/Software Explored

DrawingPhotoshop

Design & LayoutIllustrator

Color TheoryInDesign

PhotographyFlash

VideographyDreamweaver

Animation3D Studio Max/Maya

Web DesignFinal Cut Pro

Illustration/Work Flow Software

Motivated Students can take up to 12 CCV Credits in the two year program.

DMP Also has an articulation agreement with Lyndon State College upon review of a senior portfolio.

 
Visual Communications II

DMPII students choose a specialty within design and visual communications to explore and develop a ‘senior project’ and portfolio based on the competencies outlined within that area. Students may choose graphic design, web design, illustration, photography, animation or video in which to base the theme of their graduation portfolio. Students need to be self motivated and learn time-management skills in order to work with clients, enhance further skills within the basic competencies and develop their portfolios for review.

 

Career Options with HS Degree

Illustration: Computer & Traditional
Photography
Page Layout
Graphic Design

 
Career Options with Associates, Bachelors or Masters Degrees

Photography, Illustration, Design
Art Director
Web Design
Web Master
App Design
Game Design
Animator
Advertising
Marketing

 

 

 

Find the top trending creative jobs.

Find the 2017 Salary Guide from TCG here.

 

 

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Featured Grad: Shane Hoy

 

"Coming from such a small town environment the CHCC has helped me far past what an average high school would as far as preparing me for continued learning. The skills that I have learned through lecture and hands-on experience at CHCC has pushed me to go above and beyond what I would have otherwise. CHCC prepared me to work for what I wanted to do and gave me some of the skills I needed to move forward on my own.”  -Shane Hoy, Class of 2015