A free, five-week training program for youth interested in pursuing a career in arts and technology.
Service type: Youth, Employment
Eligibility: Youth (age 19 – 25)
Program dates: This five-week program runs on a cohort basis, primarily in streamed, self-paced workshop sessions plus a group project.
Partners: RBC Future Launch
An introductory course for emerging content creators. Participants learn the basics of video and photo editing using Adobe tools, then apply their new skills to create a campaign for YouTube, Instagram or Facebook with expert support.
Learn more about the Social Media Content Creation program here.
"This is a really great program where you can explore your creativity while learning essential skills. You can build a solid base and expand on it."
"If you're looking to build or touch up on your video/photo editing and content creation skills, you should definitely register for the training program offered by WoodGreen! It really helped me gain the basic skills needed to navigate Adobe Suite — primarily Premiere Rush and Photoshop!"
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