Cleveland State Hosts Multimedia Camp

Friday, July 11, 2014
Fletcher Hicks, Ocoee Middle School student, is editing the title of the production with the help of Walker Valley High School Broadcasting instructor Scott Webb
Fletcher Hicks, Ocoee Middle School student, is editing the title of the production with the help of Walker Valley High School Broadcasting instructor Scott Webb

Cleveland State hosted a weeklong Multimedia Camp July 7-11 for rising sixth through eighth graders. Participants were able to learn what it takes to make a short production television show from in front of the camera, as well as behind it. The Multimedia Camp is one of the many Science Technology Engineering Math (STEM) camps the college is hosting throughout the summer.

Multimedia STEM Camp participant Ashton Parr discusses their production on the last day of camp with his fellow campers, from left to right, Chase Evett, Caleb Evett and Luke Pesterfield
Multimedia STEM Camp participant Ashton Parr discusses their production on the last day of camp with his fellow campers, from left to right, Chase Evett, Caleb Evett and Luke Pesterfield


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