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Become a Producer for Seattle Community Media
Do you have an idea for a television program? Maybe it can help inform your community? Or you might be passionate about something and need to tell everyone? Become a Public Access television producer on Seattle Community Media! It's easy! SCCtv became operator of the City of Seattle's Public Access channel, Seattle Community Media, Comcast Channel 77, in July 2011. Visit the Seattle Community Media website
to see how you can use Public Access to get in touch with your community.
Taking a Placement Test? - If you're planning to attend any of the Seattle Community Colleges, you'll take a placement test, called the COMPASS test. You'll learn which course levels in math and English you should begin with. But don't take the COMPASS cold! Brushing up on your skills will lead to proper placement and improve your chances at success in college. The Seattle Community Colleges have created a great website full of resources to help you brush up your skills before taking the test. Check it out!
Did You Know? - There are lots of free online resources to help you with various aspects of your education. Here are just a few links to tutorials, speeches, lectures and other educational material from several organizations, including colleges and universities, around the world:
Khan Academy iTunes U! YouTube.edu Academic Earth Big Think HippoCampus Open Educational Resources (OER) Commons Curriki Online Associates Degree Resources WikiEducator Online Tutorial Resources
Worker Retraining - Times are tough in the job world right now. Seattle Community Colleges may be just the solution to making yourself more marketable or to find your new career. Find out how!
50 Jobs 50 States - Unemployment in the United States is at a 26 year high at more than 9%. However, there are jobs out there if you're very persistent. Scott Rensberger, the photographer who worked with John Sharify on SCCtv's Emmy Award winning feature "Doc," brings us the story of Daniel Seddiqui. View the story!
Spoiler Alert!!! If you are wondering, Daniel did have a job in Washington. He worked for People of Puget Sound, in both Seattle and Olympia, where he was a marine biologist for a week. For more information on Daniel, visit www.livingthemap.com.