Congratulations to Taylor Gurka and Ashley Johnson, the lastest members of the class of 2015 to earn their Adobe Certification in Video Communication using Adobe Premiere Pro.
Registration is now open for summer camps here at CVCC, including MOVIE MAKERS. There will be three weeks of Movie Makers this year, two for grades 7-9 and one week for grades 4-6. For more info and to register online go to http://www.cvccworks.edu/CAREERCAMPS.aspxRead More
Jacob Harris, Alison Rieman, and Zach Sharpe, class of 2015, are the latest to become Adobe Certified Associates in Video Communication using Adobe Premiere Pro.Read More
Please take this survey to help you determine if Media Technology would be a good fit for you.Read More
Joe Insana, class of 2014, has received a scholarship package worth $116,000 to attend Point Park University in Pittsburgh based on the demo reel he presented to them featuring projects he worked on in and outside of class. AWESOME job, Joe! http://www.pointpark.edu/Read More
Alumni from 8 different years of Media Technology showed up on December 20th to catch up with old friends, network with alumni from different years, and share what they have learned with the current seniors. This will be an annual event, so check in next December for the date and time to do it again.
Congratulations to Nikki Bunjevac, Keanna Flowers, Taliyah Minter, Alex Savvas, Catrell Simpson, and John Vlach. They are now Adobe Certified Associates in Video Communication using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.Read More
Find out what's happening at CVCC from Superintendent Dr. Celena Roebuck. Produced by Michael Pace, class of 2014.Read More
Congratulations to Michael Gaglione, Spener Mahon, and CJ Ryan for earning their Certification from Adobe in Video Communication using Adobe Premiere Pro CS6.Read More
If so, please watch this video to hear what it is like from the students who have made the great choice to come to the top-ranked career center in Ohio.
This is the full version of the CVCC recruitment video with real students telling what it is like at Cuyahoga Valley Career Center.Read More
We had over 40 prospective students visit the program last night. Thank you to the 28 current students who came in last night to help out with Student and Parent Information Night. That says quite a bit about the program that they were willing to come out on their own time to greet prospective students and answer their questions. Also, thank you to Jimmy Scherer, class of 2011, who stopped in as well.Read More
Congratulations to Tulula Brotherton, class of 2015, for being named the CVCC Student of the Month. I nominated her for her creativity, leadership, positive attitude, and work ethic.Read More
The class of 2015 applied what they have learned about lighting to a "scary" silent film to create a mood. Directed by John Vlach. Edited by Alex Savvas.Read More
The class of 2015 applied what they learned about lighting, shot composition and coverage to create this short.Read More
The class of 2015 has learned the parts and functions of the camera and is applying what they learned to short films.
This was a short video for a lab where students demonstrated their basic knowledge of the cameras. Produced and directed by Tulula Brotherton. Edited by C.J. Ryan.Read More
Several students from the class of 2013, headed up by Producer Jenna Grimes, worked on this video of a custom truck rebuild at Autorama in the Spring.
Nicole Bugenske, class of 2013, is now a reporter at TV2, the student television at Kent State University. Freshman usually don’t get the opportunity to be on air, but because of her experience at CVCC and her job shadow at Newschannel 5 in the Spring, Nicole is getting her chance to shine early.Read More
Jimmy Davis, class of 2008, produced and edited a video for Pointfest over the weekend at Cedar Point. He brought Matt Omilanoski and Noah Veiram, class of 2014, along as camera operators.Read More
Jason Piszczor, Media Tech Class of 2008 Outstanding Student, graduated in May from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts, Film and Video. He was Class Valedictorian of the Film and Video Program. He also was on the Dean’s List with a 4.00 grade point average for the Spring 2013 semester. He is currently out in California trying to land that first big job in the film and video industry.Read More
Chris (CJ Hull) has had a crush on Jessie (Samantha Boggs) since seventh grade, but has never done anything about it. When he finds out that he only has twelve hours to live and with his best friend Sean pushing him to pursue, Chris decides to finally take action. However, Jessie's boyfriend Brando (Brandon Truett) may have something to say about that. The entire cast and crew is made up to the Cuyahoga Valley Career Center class of 2014.Read More
Fl@out Productions founders MJ Furillo, class of 2010, and his business partner Michael Jones recently signed a collaborative deal for their Entertainment/Production company Fl@out Productions with record label BrickSquad Monopoly. Check out the promotional video from BrickSquad Monopoly that features a Sneak Peak at one of Fl@out Productions next projects, “Tonight” staring HUEY aka HueHeff. The full video will be seen on MTV Jams soon.Read More
Congratulations to Sarina Oranski, 2013 Outstanding Media Technology Student.Read More
Joe Battaglia, class of 2009, directed the short film “Bad Blood” that placed 3rd overall at the 2013 Ohio University 48 Hour Shootout. Great job, Joe!