Technology in the broadcasting industry is changing, and it is changing fast. With a rapid audience shift to digital, the broadcast media industry is continually evolving, growing and developing to meet quick response expectations while keeping the viability of trusted new sources.
The 2020 Technology Ambassador Program seeks 20 ambassadors to provide insight, build connections and explore training modules to develop the next engineering and technology program for the broadcasting industry. During this paid six-month program, you will participate in focus groups, complete broadcast technology and AWS cloud-based instruction and meet with top broadcast technology talent to explore the advancements and career opportunities available in this field.
As a 2020 ambassador, you will receive a $1,000 stipend throughout the program.
Differentiate Your Resume. Get recognized for going beyond what you learn in the classroom and textbooks by getting additional industry-specific training.
Network with Leaders. With top broadcast engineering and technology executives as your speakers and faculty, this program gives you the chance to get to know engineering leaders in broadcast and build your connections network.
Gain In-demand Certifications. Become a versatile broadcast engineer by gaining two in-demand certifications recognized by the broadcast industry.
Provide Insight. Provide your feedback, thoughts and opinions on trending technologies and efficiencies during monthly focus groups and discussions.
Learn the Latest. Learn the latest in AWS cloud-based technologies and broadcast system architecture and integrations. You will explore engineering and technology fundamentals and advancements from leading talent in the field.
Get training from leaders in the broadcasting industry to understand what it takes to be a successful broadcast engineer. From in-person to on-the-job training sessions, this program will prepare you for your engineering career and help you build a bright future.Review Curriculum
This FREE program is open to college seniors, technical school students and recent college graduates.
Explore our application guideline to submit your application for further review.