At RTCC, students learn the skills they need to become responsible and productive citizens who are able to take advantage of educational and career opportunities now and in the future. Through our unique and outstanding programs of study, we are committed to providing students with a challenging academic and technical education in a supportive, engaging, and respectful environment.
I am so very proud to announce that my RTCCTV students have been collaborating with the Randolph Vermont Historical Society to produce some mini-documentaries about the history of Randolph. We have officially launched the first one! You can watch it on the RTCCTV Page on the website or our RTCCTV YouTube channel.
This type of student filmmaking project brings community members together and puts a very positive light on the Tech Center as well. Students are tasked with: researching history, stepping outside their comfort zones to schedule and conduct interviews, learning to respect and gain the trust of their elders, ethically respecting and presenting history in film form, collaborating with other artists like Green Mountain Drone and Vermont Walks who graciously gave their permission for footage use, and so much more.
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RTCCTV's Cannon visited RTCC's Health Careers program while they were cutting up cow eyes!