1 FORBES ROAD CAREER AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER Middle States Accreditation PROGRAM CATALOG Approved PA Dept of Education Programs 607 Beatty Road, Monroeville, PA Phone: Fax:
2 PAGE 2 MISSION AND PROGRAMS The mission of Forbes Road Career and Technology Center is to provide a quality educational program that enables all individuals to achieve their fullest potential in the pursuit of high skill employment and advanced education. Each student shall be equipped with the technical, academic, human relations, and life long learning skills necessary to adapt in a changing economy and to compete in the global marketplace. Advertising Design Electrical Technology Automotive Technology Emergency Response Services Building Construction Technology Health Science Technology Child Care Services Collision Repair Technology Career and Technical Programs Heating, Ventilation & AC Information Technology & Gaming Computer Networking & Security Landscape Design Cosmetology Machine Tool /Robotics Culinary Arts Multimedia Design Diesel Technology Warehouse Management Ninth Grade Exploratory Program Forbes Fast Facts Forbes offers 18 State Approved Technical Programs Students receive 3 high school credits yearly at Forbes Students play sports and participate in sending school activities 9 th grade students participate in Career Exploration programs Students can earn industry and Pennsylvania Skills Certificates Students participate in state and national competitions and WIN Students can earn college credits. Visit collegetransfer.net 62% of our 2012 graduates planned to attend two year, four year and trade post secondary schools Students can earn money and gain valuable work experience 38% of our 2012 graduates are employed full or part time
3 CAREER INFORMATION PAGE 3 Did you know There are 29 million middle jobs in the United States that pay $35,000 or more on average and don t require a Bachelor s degree. Executive Summary Career and Technical Education Five Ways that Pay, September Best Bets for Jobs in 2012.The recently released National Employment Report from ADP showed private employers added 206,000 jobs in November. If you're a job seeker, consider exploring a career in one of these nine occupations, all of which are expected to grow in Biomedical engineer Average salary: $82, Computer software engineer Average salary: $97, Customer service representative Average salary: $29, Home health aide Average salary: $28, Management analyst Average salary: $72, Medical assistant Average salary: $37, Network systems and data communications analyst Average salary: $48, Registered nurse Average salary: $71, Retail salesperson Average salary: $25,557 *All salary estimates are from CBSalary.com and are the U.S. national average salary Job Info and Trends Best bets for jobs in 2012/ You can get a jump start on these careers with training in our Health Science Technology, Emergency Response Services, Machine Tool/ Robotics, Computer Networking & Security, Information Technology & Gaming, Advertising Design and Multimedia Design Programs.
4 PAGE 4 TABLE OF CONTENTS Mission and Programs Career Information...3 Adult Education....5 Program Overviews Career and Technical Programs Ninth Grade Exploratory Program Credit Classes Remediation Classes Resource Room College Credits... 7 School to Work...8 Student Organizations...9 Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Cluster Culinary Arts..10 Landscape Design Construction Cluster Building Construction Technology...12 Electrical Technology. 13 Heating, Ventilation and AC Technology Education & Training Cluster Child Care Services Human Services Cluster Cosmetology...16 Health Service Cluster Health Science Technology...17 Information Technology/ Marketing Cluster Advertising Design. 18 Computer Networking & Security...19 Information Technology & Gaming 20 Multimedia Design..21 Law, Public Safety & Security Cluster Emergency Response Services 22 Manufacturing Cluster Machine Tool/Robotics...23 Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Cluster Automotive Technology..24 Collision Repair Technology..25 Diesel Technology..26 Warehouse Management... 27
5 ADULT EDUCATION PAGE 5 Forbes Road CTC provides quality education that enables all individuals to achieve their fullest potential in pursuit of employment and/or educational skills. Courses through the Adult Vocational Training Center are Middle States Accredited, have reasonable tuition, are offered daytime, evening and online and may qualify for financial aid. Adult Vocational Training Courses include: Marcellus Shale Training Pennsylvania has become a target location for Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling and there is a demand for short term training in entry level positions. Forbes offers daytime and evening Gas Well Tending training programs monthly. Certified Nurse Aide Training After completing the 150 hour program, students will be eligible to take the State Nurse Aide Examination for certification to become a Certified Nurse Assistant, CNA. Machining and HVAC Programs Forbes offers 300 hour evening programs in machining and HVAC. Each course runs two nights a week, a convenient schedule for those working during the day. Machining course of study includes CNC, AutoCADD, and blueprint reading. HVAC students will learn technical tasks including assembling and installing air and gas systems, testing systems for leaks, installing gas and water plumbing fixtures, and blueprint reading. Students will have the opportunity to earn industry credentials in the field. Cosmetology Program Forbes offers the Cosmetology Program to adults in conjunction with the daytime intergenerational class and may expand to an adult evening program in Fall Upon completion of the program students can sit for the PA State Board Exam. Manicuring Program Candidates interested in Nail Technician certification can register for the evening Manicuring Program at Forbes. Upon completion of the program students can sit for the PA State Board Exam for Manicurist. Certified Production Technician CPT In this 140 hour training, students can earn a recognized credential and prepare for jobs in manufacturing production through the Manufacturing Skill Standards Council s (MSSC) Certified Production Technician (CPT) program. Online Courses Forbes now offers online short term courses and career training programs through Ed2Go. To view program and registration information, go to and forbes. PENNDOT State Safety Inspection Certification & Emissions Inspection Certification and Re certification testing is also available. For additional courses or more information contact the Adult Training Department at x223.
6 PAGE 6 PROGRAM OVERVIEW CAREER AND TECHNICAL PROGRAMS Forbes Road Career and Technology Center provides a multitude of education courses and programs that can help you obtain the certification and skills you need to move forward in today's competitive job market. We offer 18 programs and are accredited by the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges. If you are interested in specialized technical training, making a career change, or just concerned with staying on top of the latest technology, we may have the program for you. NINTH GRADE EXPLORATORY PROGRAM Students explore three CTE programs to determine their career interest. Then during the 4 th quarter, they pick the one that is of the most interest to them where they will begin their career journey at Forbes Road CTC. ACADEMIC CREDIT CLASSES Forbes Road CTC offers credit classes in English, Math, Physical Education/ Health, Social Studies and Science for students in our Apprentice Program, Full Day students, and students needing to make up course work. The courses can be Geometry, Trigonometry, Environmental Science, Physics, Biology, Physical Science, Social Studies, US History I, US History II, World Cultures, Economics, English 10, 11 and 12, Algebra 1, II and III. Students needing to make up course work in these subjects may take 120 hours of English and/or Math at Forbes Road CTC and receive appropriate credit. This option is subject to sending school approval. REMEDIATION CLASSES All Forbes Road CTC students demonstrating a lack of English/Communication and/or Math skills as determined by the sending districts will be required to take remedial courses. At the request of the home school, students can take Keystone Exam remediation classes at Forbes Road CTC. RESOURCE ROOM Forbes Resource Room is staffed by certified teachers. Any student that needs help with their academic and /or technical work can go to the Resource Room for help. The staff also provides accommodations for testing.
7 COLLEGE CREDIT PAGE 7 FREE COLLEGE CREDIT Increasing numbers of high school technical courses are linked to two year college programs. These programs can give you a head start on college and prepare you for jobs offering some of the greatest career opportunities for the future. Only 20 percent of the jobs in the U.S. require a four year degree, but 65 percent require education beyond high school. For the foreseeable future, workers with up to date skills will be able to call their own shots and assure their own success. ARTICULATION AGREEEMENTS Articulation agreements are available for a variety of schools and colleges to ensure a seamless transition from high school to a post secondary school. These agreements allow students to receive FREE COLLEGE CREDIT for work completed in the CTE program. As a result, students will be able to complete Associate Degree course work in less time and/or be able to take more advanced courses. What is a CTE articulation agreement? A Career and Technical Education (CTE) Articulation Agreement is a an agreement written between two institutions which permits skills and tasks learned at one institution (in this case, Forbes Road Career and Technology Center, which offers the PDE Approved SOAR Program) to be accepted and applied toward a degree or certificate at a postsecondary institution. Statewide articulation occurs when a specific Perkins Allocated Postsecondary Institution agrees to award college credit opportunities to any qualifying graduate of a PDE approved secondary school offering the SOAR Programs of Study across the entire Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, hence a statewide articulation. For Eligibility Requirements, students must: Earn a high school diploma, achieve a minimum 2.5 GPA in the technical courses and complete the secondary school component of the approved PDE Program of Study Achieve competent or advanced level on the Secondary School end ofprogram assessment that is appropriate to the approved PDE Program of Study. Achieve proficiency on all of the approved PDE Program of Study Secondary Competency Task List Furnish documentation to Postsecondary Institution upon written request.
8 PAGE 8 SCHOOL TO WORK PROGRAMS APPRENTICESHIP This is a one or two year secondary program with technical training. Students begin work site learning as youth apprentices during the junior and senior years of high school. Students will spend three (3) days per week in technical and applied academic classes at Forbes Road CTC. The other two days, students will work at a work site under the supervision of a work site mentor. Following high school graduation, the apprentices will continue training in an adult apprenticeship program or in post secondary education. COOPERATIVE EDUCATION This is a method of instruction which integrates academic and technical education with job training in the student s career field though written cooperative arrangements between the schools, employers, parents and students. The paid training experiences will be planned and supervised by Forbes Road CTC and employers to enhance the student s education and employability. The Cooperative Vocational Education program is an integral part of the Forbes Road CTC curriculum which extends the curriculum beyond the classroom and exposes the student to the real world. INTERNSHIP Through actual work experience, the Internship program at Forbes Road CTC is designed to give the student the work experience often demanded by today s employers. The Internship program will also assist the student in bridging the gap between school and work. It provides support, guidance, evaluation, and allows the student to utilize the skills and knowledge gained in the classroom in an actual work environment. Eleventh and twelfth grade students in the technical programs have the opportunity to be involved in this program. JOB SHADOWING Tenth and eleventh grade students spend one to three days at a work site to gain insight and information about their chosen career fields. These students experience first hand, the tools, products, and talents of personnel in the sponsoring business.
9 STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS PAGE 9 SkillsUSA SkillsUSA is a student organization that is very active at Forbes. It is a national student organization solely for students in technical, skilled, and service careers. Students involved in SkillsUSA develop technical, academic, employability and leadership skills. Students get involved in community service projects, competitions, leadership conferences and fundraisers. FBLA FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) is the largest business career student organization in the world. Students at Forbes who have an interest in business, computers, public speaking and leadership have a great opportunity to get involved in this student group. Members of FBLA can participate in career activities, competitions, community service, and leadership conferences. TFIM TFIM (The Future is Mine) is a student project group sponsored by the Consortium for Public Education. This organization is a ready for the real world initiative committed to encouraging youth to find their passion and pursue their dreams. Students in this organization participate in student projects throughout the year, which culminate with a student leadership conference. BAMP BAMP (Builders Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh) is an organization for the students in the building construction cluster. This organization provides students with opportunities to get involved with professionals in the industry and exposes them to hands on experiences they would otherwise not encounter. Red Cross Club Potential New Club American Red Cross school clubs give students a way to put your talent, skills and passion to work for a greater purpose: as part of the largest humanitarian network in the world. In a Red Cross school club, students will get the opportunity to work closely with local Red Cross chapters, engaging in projects that address some of our country s and world s greatest needs Future Farmers of America Potential New Club "Future Farmers of America" was founded by a group of young farmers back in Their mission was to prepare future generations for the challenges of feeding a growing population. They taught us that agriculture is more than planting and harvesting it's a science, it's a business and it's an art.
10 PAGE 10 AGRICULTURE, FOOD & NATURAL RESOURCES CULINARY ARTS CIP INSTITUTIONAL FOOD WORKERS Culinary Arts is designed to offer instruction in the commercial restaurant industry including areas such as gourmet and fine dining skills, fast food operations, customer service, menu planning, and cost control along with other important aspects of food service. This highly appealing and interesting area stresses the technology of preparing and serving attractive nutritious foods. Students learn the complete food cycle including nutrition, ordering processes, menu design, equipment use and maintenance, sanitation, hygiene, food prep and presentation skills. Sanitation Kitchen Safety and Equipment Salads and Dressing Vegetables and Fruit Potatoes and Other Starches Breakfast/Sandwich Prep Stock, Soups, Sauces Meat, Poultry, Fish, Shellfish Baking Menu Planning and Ordering Prep Cook Baker s Assistant Line Cook Chef Dietary Assistant Food Service Supervisor Cafeteria/Institutional Cooks Caterers ServSafe National Restaurant Assoc. Community College of Allegheny County Art Institute of Pittsburgh Clarion University Indiana University of PA PA Culinary Institute Westmoreland County CC
11 AGRICULTURE, FOOD & NATURAL RESOURCES PAGE 11 CIP PAGE 11 LANDSCAPE DESIGN APPLIED HORTICULTURE/HORTICULTURE OPERATIONS, GENERAL Landscape design is a profession that focuses on designing gardens and small, often residential landscapes. The program is aimed to prepare students to be employees of nurseries, greenhouses, florists, or landscape businesses. The curriculum includes turf management, landscape design and safety, pest and disease management, and irrigation. You will be practicing skills on our 42 acre campus and in the new greenhouse. Both maintenance and establishment of lawns, as well as, landscaping homes and businesses are included in the curriculum. The principles of design are also included along with plant identification, budgeting, and cultivation procedures. Botany Soil and Environmental Factors Landscape Design Small Engines and Hand Tools Lawn Renovation Tree Care Disease & Insect Control Establishing Lawns Planting Perennial and Annuals Plant Care Propagating Nursery Stock ICPI (Interlocking Concrete Paving Institute) NCMA ( National Concrete/ Masonry Association Versa Lok Basic Training Westmoreland County C.C. Landscape Designer Lawn Service Groundskeeper Farm Worker Laborers Nursery/Greenhouse Worker Turf Management Entrepreneur California University of PA Indiana University of PA Penn College Westmoreland County CC
12 PAGE 12 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY CIP CONSTRUCTION TRADES, OTHER Building Construction Technology students gain technical knowledge as well as practical hands on training in the trade which includes carpentry, plumbing, electrical, masonry and blueprint reading. A complete residential modular house is built and made available for public purchase. Individuals learn to apply technical knowledge and skills in the maintenance and repair of residential, office, apartment, and other commercial buildings. Building Construction Technology is an ideal program for students who possess an inquisitive nature, enjoy a variety of varied tasks and like being physically active. Students are prepared for entry level positions or postsecondary education. ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION Building Codes Blueprint Reading Framing of Wall & Roof Systems Installation of Windows & Doors Installation of Cabinetry Installation of Trim Finishes Fiberglass Installation Asphalt Shingles Installation Finishing Techniques Residential Electrical Systems Block and Brick Laying Masonry Plumbing Pittsburgh Builder s Association Certification OSHA Certification Framing Carpenters Construction Laborers Drywall Hangers/Finishers Electrician Assistant Insulation Installers Roofers Plumber/Plumbers Assistant Siding Installers Finish Carpenter Cabinet Maker Bricklayer Building Inspector Independent Contractor Bricklayers & Allied Craftsman Carpenter s Union Local 95 Kaplan ICM Career School Plumbers Local 27 Triangle Tech
13 ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION PAGE 13 CIP ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY ELECTRICAL AND POWER TRANSMISSION INSTALLERS, OTHER Students in this program are prepared for entry level electrical and electronic careers. Their handson applications include green technology in the program s state of the art electrical laboratory. Modern training equipment is utilized to prepare the students for careers in the emerging "high tech" electrical field. Technical knowledge includes: installing electrically energized residential, commercial and industrial systems, AC/DC motors, controls and electrical distribution panels. Through the program, students will have practical application and trouble shooting projects to apply the National Electrical Code. Safety Tools and Test Equipment Fundamentals of Electricity Residential & Commercial Wiring Electronic Components & Circuits Rotating Equipment Electronic Control and Devices Programmable Controllers Transformers /Pneumatic Systems Hydraulic Systems Estimating & Project Management Residential Construction Academy Certification House Wiring Residential Construction Academy Certification for Electrical Principles Pittsburgh Builder s Association Certification Rosedale Technical Institute Construction Electrician Electrical Estimator Project Management Security Installers Fire Alarm Systems Installers Green Technology Technician Indiana University of PA Penn Tech Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics Rosedale Rochester Institute of Technology WyoTech
14 PAGE 14 HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING CIP HEATING, AC, VENTILATION AND REFRIGERATION MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY/TECHNICIAN ARCHITECTURE & CONSTRUCTION Students in this program become qualified HVAC technicians and mechanics. Students will learn technical tasks including: assembling and installing air and gas systems; cutting, reaming and threading piping materials; waterproofing and sealing joints; testing entire systems for leaks through the use of pressure testing devices; installing gas and water plumbing fixtures and equipment; reading and implementing blueprint drawings; and designing plumbing and heating systems. An important part of the technical training covers instruction on how to install, diagnose, service and maintain residential and commercial control wiring for HVAC systems. HVAC Tools Blueprint Reading Piping Practices Basic Electricity Intro to Cooling and Heating Air Distribution Systems Leak Detection and Recovery Intro to Hydronics System Control Circuit Troubleshooting Gas Heat Troubleshooting Cooling Troubleshooting Heat Pumps Type I, II, III and Universal Refrigerant Recover and Transition Certification Universal Refrigerant 410A Safety &Training Certification HVAC Excellence Technical Pittsburgh Builder s Association Certification Plumber Pipefitter Steamfitter Service Technician Service Manager Helper Penn College Plumbers Local 27 Sheet Metal Local 12 University of NW Ohio
15 EDUCATION AND TRAINING PAGE 15 CHILD CARE SERVICES CIP CHILD CARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES MANAGEMENT Child Care Service program participants receive practical experience in our onsite ABC Day Care facility. Students study all the phases of child development: physical, social, emotional and intellectual. They learn about nutrition, guidance, and discipline. They study how to help the child develop daily living skills and about the value of play, literature, music, art, math, and science in child development. Students present a series of learning and developmental activities in the child care facility practicing their creative teaching, child caring and management skills. Health and Safety Procedures Human Growth /Development Learning Environment Developmental Activities Curriculum Development Food Service Activities Clinical Experience Child Care Activities First Aid CPR CDA Ready Certification Child Care Aide Assistant Group Supervisor Teacher Aide Nanny Recreation Leader Chatham University Edinboro University Slippery Rock University University of Pittsburgh Westmoreland County CC
16 PAGE 16 HUMAN SERVICES COSMETOLOGY CIP COSMETOLOGY/COSMETOLOGIST, GENERAL This program builds a foundation of both academic and technical skills for a variety of career opportunities within the cosmetology industry. The course includes skills for performing procedures in areas such as: hair, skin, nail care, as well as salon procedures. Related instruction is presented as it applies to the skills being demonstrated. Upon completion of the required 1,250 hours of instruction, students will be eligible to take the Pennsylvania State Board cosmetology test to obtain a cosmetology license. Cosmetology Science Thermal/Non Thermal Styling Manicures and Pedicures Facial Treatments Chemical Texturizing Haircutting and Coloring State Board Preparation Clinic Salon Management Cosmetologist Nail Technician Cosmetician Massage Therapist Salon Owner/Manager Platform Artist Sales Esthetician Teacher License Bella Capelli Empire Beauty School Sanford Brown Institute PA Cosmetology License PA Nail Technician License Community College of Allegheny County
17 HEALTH SCIENCE PAGE 17 CIP HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEALTH/MEDICAL ASSISTING SERVICES, OTHER With today s fast growing medical profession, now is a great time to consider a career in health care. This program will assist you in getting a jump start in the financially rewarding health career or an edge in your post secondary health field studies. Many students continue their education and become Pediatric Nurses, Surgical Techs. and Vet Techs. Students can also prepare for careers in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Medical Office areas, along with many other medical specialties. This pre nursing course gives you an opportunity to gain valuable hands on clinical experience in a health care setting where you will care for patients and practice your skills under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. Basic Nursing Skills Emergency Care CPR and First Aid Communication Infection Control Anatomy Medical Terminology Nursing Assistant Home Health Assistant Medical Office Assistant American Red Cross CPR/AED American Red Cross First Aid Nurse Assistant Home Health Assistant Newport Business Institute Nurse Assistant Home Health Assistant Nurse LPN/RN Occupational Therapy Asst Pharmacy Tech Physical Therapy Assistant Respiratory Therapist Surgical & X Ray Tech Vet Tech LaRoche College Shadyside School of Nursing Sanford Brown Institute West Penn School of Nursing University of Akron Waynesburg College Westmoreland County CC
18 PAGE 18 MARKETING, SALES AND SERVICE ADVERTISING DESIGN CIP COMMERCIAL AND ADVERTISING ART The field of advertising and commercial art requires people who possess a wide range of creative skills. Today s commercial artist must be familiar with many forms of production, illustrative techniques, computer graphics and photography. From simple line drawings to computer generated imaging, the students create art that requires them to apply technical theory to an advertising agency workplace. Students will apply their designs on state of the art equipment including digital printers, laser engravers, vinyl cutters, a sublimation system and the embroidery machine. This program is designed to allow students to bring together many areas of creative graphic design and production technologies. Drawing/Illustration Typography Digital Imaging Photography Advertising Layout and Design Commercial Applications Electronic Pre Press Multimedia Artist Art Director Commercial /Industrial Design Graphic Designer Fashion Designer/Illustrator Photography Advertising Design Art Institute of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Technical Institute Oakbridge Academy of Arts Art Institute of Pittsburgh Douglas Education Center Indiana University of PA Pittsburgh Technical Institute
19 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PAGE 19 COMPUTER NETWORKING & SECURITY CIP COMPUTER SYSTEMS NETWORKING & TELECOMMUNICATIONS This exciting technical course prepares students to design, maintain and secure today s Information Technology (IT) Systems which support every aspect of our global economy. Network Security Specialists acting as Ethical Hackers prevent data loss form cyber attacks, network intrusions and viruses, protecting valuable personal and corporate data. Students will use the latest tools to gain the practical experience needed to earn valuable professional certifications such as A+, Network +, CISCO and Security +. Network Security Specialists are in high demand in law enforcements, large corporations, and government agencies including the FBI, CIA and NSA. Cisco Networking Academy Networking Security Cyber Safety Information Tech Essentials Network Cabling Wireless Networking Computer Security Specialist Ethical Hacker Network Administrator Information Tech Specialist Network Technician CompTIA A+ CompTIA Network + CompTIA Security + CISCO CCENT Pittsburgh Technical Institute DeVry University PA College of Technology Pittsburgh Technical Institute Robert Morris University Rochester Institute of Technology University of Pittsburgh Westmoreland County CC
20 PAGE 20 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & GAMING CIP MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS, GENERAL This course is designed to provide students with a firm foundation in computer fundamentals, information management and basic knowledge of video game development. It offers students the opportunity to develop the necessary skills for employment in today s professional information technology environment or a solid foundation for post secondary education in the Information Management field. Students receive instruction in a variety of office and business applications, the fundamentals of personal finance, as well as several computer programming languages including some used for video game development. Business Applications Database Management Visual Basic Programming Video Game Development Database Administrator Computer Systems Analyst Computer Programmer Game Programmers Video Game Developer Information Systems Manager Certification IC3 Internet and Computing Core Certification Community College of Allegheny County Pittsburgh Technical Institute Bradford School California University of PA DeVry University Indiana University of PA Pittsburgh Technical Institute Robert Morris University
21 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PAGE 21 CIP MULTIMEDIA DESIGN WEB PAGE, DIGITAL/MULTIMEDIA AND INFORMATION RESOURCES DESIGN This program gives students the freedom to be creative, imaginative, and inspired artistically to design presentations for entertainment, industrial and commercial use. Students will learn to use hardware such as digital and video cameras, and projectors in conjunction with the computer and the internet. The course content is designed to create animations, manipulate photographs, create pictures, drawing software work, creating presentations and podcasts and also web design using state of the art industry standard software. Both platforms of personal computers and Apple Macs are taught. Finally, students complete a digital portfolio showcasing their best works. Visual Communication Skills Print Publishing Web Design Color Theory Animation Digital Photography Videography Advanced Software Training WOW Certified Apprentice Webmaster, Web Designer Microsoft Office Certified Web Developer Apprentice Adobe Software Pittsburgh Technical Institute Oakbridge Academy of Arts Multimedia Artist Animator Web Designer Photographer Videographer Visual Designer Interactive Designer Art Institute of Pittsburgh Edinboro University Indiana University of PA Oakbridge Academy of Arts Pittsburgh Technical Institute Point Park University Robert Morris University
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