Targeted Roles/Positions: video producer, graphic designer, account manager, social media content manager, etc.
Curriculum: Digital Filmmaking is the entry-level course in the Filmmaking pathway, this class covers conceptual understanding and skills, both technical and theoretical, necessary to create, analyze, and appreciate professional-level film and video productions. In the digital video medium, this class covers essential genres in films such as documentaries, narrative pieces, corporate advertising, and experimental films. There is a parallel focus on film production, as well as reading, writing, and analyzing, to develop a comprehensive understanding of the filmmaking process. These students have previously taken 2 multimedia courses:
Multimedia I - State of the art computer graphics software is introduced with respect to print, and web graphics. Introduction to typography, graphic layout/design fundamentals, digital design, and other computer graphics software applications. Following a fine arts approach, students generate their own creative content for print and/or electronic publication.
Multimedia II - Students build on their knowledge of computer graphics for web and print publications. Using state of the art software, students will create projects that involve still graphics, motion graphics, and interactive media. Students will also begin to work audio and video into projects.
Contact Faith Velschow for information on the classes, curriculum, and suggested presentation format. We would like to offer 30-minutes live zoom interactions. We are flexible and will work with your schedule!
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Sequoia High School/ATLAS
1201 Brewster Avenue, Redwood City, CA 94062, US
About us: The ATLAS program is 100% dedicated to giving all Sequoia High School students the support they need to enjoy a positive high school learning experience. ATLAS recruits, trains and supports parents, community volunteers and college interns to serve as academic coaches at Sequoia.
Established in 1895, Sequoia High School is the oldest high school in the San Francisco Bay Area between San Francisco and San Jose. Founded as a preparatory school for Stanford University, today it serves approximately 2000 students in grades nine through twelve. Sequoia is conveniently located in downtown Redwood City, one block from the Caltrain station, and less than 20 minutes north of the Stanford campus.
"My goal, my dream, is that every student can go to a school like this one... Sequoia is an amazing school... We want to take the lessons learned here and share them. This is a remarkable success story in the making." - Arne Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education, September 12, 2012.
"Clearly, Sequoia is a wonderful school, with a strong staff, and an extraordinarily supportive administration. There is a strong sense of community, genuine caring, and will to ensure student success that seldom exists in high schools today." - Western Association of Schools and Colleges California State Department of Education (WASC). Excerpt from Self-Study Visiting Committee Report 2012
Children & Youth
Computers & Technology
Media & Broadcasting
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
November 17, 2020
Online Flash/Video Production
Adobe Creative Suite
Web Design / UX
30 minutes of presenting, perhaps 30 minutes of preparation as well.
Passionate about your career, good sense of humor, enjoy speaking with students.