Pueblo Community College helped Jacob Rivera get a head start on his successful career.
“I got my first real-world experience in the industry with my internship at Pueblo School District 60, which turned into a four-year job for me as a junior graphic designer,” said Jacob.
During his tenure with the school district, he helped with the rebranding of two schools, one department and the district itself, paving the way for his move to a local marketing company.
What will I learn?
This program teaches you to think critically and develops your skills in news writing, television/radio production, integrated marketing and advertising, videography, and web design. Our courses provide a solid foundation through a mixture of lecture and hands-on applications. Viral videos, breaking news, clever advertising and sports broadcasting are a few topics included the exciting and continuously evolving fields of media and communications.
A fully equipped video control room, and a mobile production truck provide you with state-of-the-art learning facilities on and off campus. Several nonlinear editing suites offer you a diversity of experience in the changing field of communication. You will also gain experience in production and digital media through our media lab and the many volunteer opportunities we offer.