New Media Program: Get the Word Out
Jumpstart your digital media career with mentors and internships
Ever wish you could write blog posts, web pages and status updates for a living? Would you like to develop iPad apps and websites? How about a career producing YouTube videos and podcasts?
You can get on the fast track to a career in digital media with an Associate of Applied Science in New Media degree from Colorado Mountain College.
Colorado Mountain College offers one of the nation's first community college digital media programs. That means that in two years, you could be working for one of the many employers in Colorado and around the world who seek skilled digital media writers, marketers, designers and producers.
What digital media careers are available?
The Colorado Mountain College New Media program offers tracks in:
With your degree, you can get a job as a:
The demand for these jobs is large and growing. And Colorado Mountain College's New Media program is designed to fill employers' real-world needs.
Why the New Media program at Colorado Mountain College?
Colorado has a high concentration of digital media experts, outlets and entrepreneurs. That makes this region an incubator for ideas, internships and digital mentors.
That means you'll learn in the field as well as in the classroom. You'll leave Colorado Mountain College armed, not only with a degree, but also with hands-on experience and contacts in the field.
What's the next step toward your career in digital media?
The Isaacson School for New Media honors Walter Isaacson. A new media pioneer, Mr. Isaacson is the former CEO of CNN and editor of TIME magazine. He is the author of the international best-selling biography of the late founder and CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs. He is currently president and CEO of the Aspen Institute.
Go to IsaacsonSchool.org
Video: Walter Isaacson shares his insights with the Isaacson School for New Media. Mr. Isaacson has broad experience in New Media and is the author of the international best-selling biography of the late Apple founder and CEO Steve Jobs.