Radio and TV I is perfect for students interested in video editing, filming, news writing, and/or who desire to improve their ability to communicate successfully with others through audio and visual messages. During this introductory broadcasting course, students will learn how to properly use and care for ENG and studio equipment as well as some of the critical vocabulary used in professional radio and television. Students will learn the basics of editing with Adobe Audition and Premiere Pro. Through studying the basics of ENG camera operations, students will be able to film their own short videos to use as they learn to edit. They will also have several hands-on experiences including writing and recording public service announcements (for radio on WIOE/WLQZ) and a news story (T.V.). In addition, students will learn the basics of television studio operations while briefly rotating through various roles and responsibilities in the WACC TV studio and control room. Students who take this course and finish with a “C-” or higher are eligible to apply for acceptance into Television Production II which creates the school’s news and is a 4-hour dual credit course in cooperation with Huntington University.  They are also eligible to enroll in Radio II a 2-hour dual credit course also in cooperation with Huntington University. Check out the short promo video below!

RTV1 Promo Video
Happy E-Learning Day, Warsaw Area Career Center! 

We just wanted to share this WACC student internship highlight with you from our E-Learning Day last week. We know that many of our amazing internship & work-based learning students still go to their jobs when school is closed and are so proud of their hard work & dedication to their education. 

This photo & quick shoutout comes to us from WCS Communications Specialist, Alyssa Richardson. She says: "Despite school being cancelled because of difficult morning weather, Rachel still wanted to show up to the meeting Dr. Hoffert and I had with the Kosciusko Board or Realtors. I was really impressed by her commitment and drive and wanted to tell you kudos once again for sending us such great students. I can't think of many students (or adults for that matter) who would voluntarily give up a day of fun for work." 
Hunter Haines, Brayden Sammons, Hayden Steger are former Warsaw Area Career Center students and recently visited Mrs. Heinsman's Accounting classes to talk about their journey into starting their new adventure: Campus Craves, a unique ice cream & late night foods shop in Bloomington, IN. They talked about their initial dream, the obstacles they overcame along the way, and what's to come for them soon. We appreciate the time they spent sharing their story with our students & wish them the best of luck in the future!! 

Check out their story below, directly from the! Be sure to check out their awesome place the next time you visit Bloomington! 

The Campus Crave journey began just over a year and a half ago. A friend contacted another friend about a possible scratch to their entrepreneurial itch which would satisfy their ever-longing enterprising spirits, all before they even graduated high school. Both coming from families with long ties to entrepreneurial endeavors in a multitude of industries, the friend was intrigued by the idea and a chance to live out his dreams of becoming a young business owner. After an initial meeting, the idea became a feverish quest for research to perfect the vision: Campus Craves.

Simply put, Campus Craves is a fast-casual dining experience, like no other specializing in custom-creation trendy desserts and sandwiches. The main component of our business is our super premium ice cream, followed by edible cookie dough, gourmet sandwiches, air-fried offerings, and lastly classic beverages. We claim to be a fast-casual dining experience due to the layout and organization of our potential stores: Customers order their custom creations and select from our available options as they move through our ordering line.

Co-founders Brayden Sammons and Hunter Haines invite potential customers from all walks of life, to come and satisfy their crave in our fun, college-esque, and one-of-a-kind store where you can $ave Dat Money.

Courtney is enjoying her medical internship with Nurse Lisa at Eisenhower Elementary!
Thank you, Judge Sutton, for letting Lachlan see what it's like to be in your seat!  What a great Law Internship he is having! 

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