My Experience As A Career At The Digital Graphics Program

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Before coming to SCTC I had no idea of what I wanted to do after graduating high school. In fact, I was not sure I wanted to attend SCTC at all. I had heard about the programs that were offered and was sort of interested in the Digital Graphic Arts course, but I had not had much experience with art on the computer. I was very good at drawing and painting, so my art teacher suggested that I apply for the program. He made it clear that I could learn many things at SCTC that he would not be able to teach me in Madison. I applied, interviewed, and was accepted, still not sure if I wanted to be in the program. In the fall I started the Digital Graphics program. We began with photography, which was fine, but I decided it was not my thing. After …show more content…
In business league, other students and myself fill out forms that ask questions about basic math required to run a business as well as questions about grammar and spelling. These forms are judged and scored in a competition between participating schools. I am also on prom committee, in which I designed the logo for Madison prom 2016. I will be able to use this logo for the posters and tickets for the prom. Lastly, I am a senior mentor. As a senior mentor, I help an assigned group of freshmen adjust to high school. Two other students and I go into our designated ninth grade homeroom and play games or do different activities to make these students feel more comfortable in their new …show more content…
Not only have I learned how to better use computers, but I have also learned how to act around customers and be professional. I have also learned what hard work can accomplish. My art teacher was correct in saying that I would learn many more skills at SCTC than I would ever learn from taking many art classes at Madison. Without SCTC, I would probably still not know what to do after high school. Because of SCTC, I have had real word experience which has helped me prepare for my future

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