Show 150 – School of Technology | Radio & Television Production
/ Randolph County School of Technology / Calhoun Community College – Radio & Television Production /
Alabama’s Career Technical Education Program is available in all Alabama school systems and is a gateway to future learning and prosperity. Currently more than 200,000 high school students in Alabama are enrolled in a career technical education program. Students participating in Alabama’s career/technical education programs are prepared for future prosperity through the use of a student-centered course of study that utilizes a rigorous school and work based curriculum and have opportunities to explore their career options in more than 215 courses. One of these Career Technical Education Programs is in Randolph County. The On the Job team took a visit to the Randolph County Career Technical Center to find out more about the program.
Calhoun Community College – Radio & Television Production
If you can’t be at your favorite sporting event in person, the next best solution is to watch it on television. It takes a team of professionals to bring everything together, but where do you start if you want to learn about radio or television production? One place you can start is at Calhoun Community College in Decatur.