Launch a career in the creative field of digital arts at SLCC with free tuition and funding through a Community-Based Job Training (CBJT) grant from the U. S. Department of Labor.
Your digital career begins here if you want to be a…
- Web Designer
- Graphic Designer
- Multimedia Artist
- Sound Technician
- Film & Video Artist
- Motion Graphics Artist
- Special Effects Artist
The SLCC Community-Based Job Training (CBJT) Digital Arts grant provides comprehensive training, job placement and retention services targeting technical skills and competencies to meet the workforce demands in the high-growth digital arts industry. These programs provide training for jobs currently available or job openings that are anticipated during the life of grant, and create pathways to stackable credentials that result in career advancement and wage growth. Utah's digital arts industry offers the opportunity for increased income, jobs that are safe and secure, and workplace flexibility.
If you need new skills to keep your job (known as an “incumbent worker”), are a dislocated or unemployed worker, or a disadvantaged youth, take the time to apply for and enroll in this no-cost training program. This grant offers free tuition and funding for Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degrees and certificates for digital arts fields. When you have completed a degree or certification, you can enter the work force or further your education.
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