Latino Leadership, Inc. is looking for students 13 to 18 years old interested in a 6-week workshop (One day per week for 3 hours for a total of 18 training hours) to learn how to use technology to make videos for social change and to improve our community.
The training will be held at Latino Leadership’s AT&T/LULAC Technology Lab at:
8617 E. Colonial Drive
The Latino Leadership Youth Computer Lab Program will provide the following hands-on training.
- Write a video script
- Draw a storyboard
- Use a Nikon D5500 Full HD 1080/60p video recording Digital SLR camera
- Use LED video lighting equipment
- Use video lavalier microphones
- Use post production video editing software
- Understand video production terminology
- Use prime lenses to film a video
- Shoot videos with a shallow dept of field
- Set up a 3-point light kit
- Edit a video using a nonlinear editing program
- Create a shooting schedule
- Plan and organize interviews
- Direct video shoots
- Record audio using a lavalier microphone
- Film B-roll footage
- Use video editing techniques
- Edit audio files and background music
- Upload videos on social media channels
- Apply search engine optimization techniques
- Post videos on blogs and social media
- Post videos on a website
The 6-week hands on program will be free for 30 hard-working students.
About the Program:
The Latino Leadership, Inc. program was made possible by grant from the Best Buy Foundation. According to the foundation website, “Best Buy knows it is increasingly necessary for youth to develop the 21st-century skills that will set them up for future career success.”
Latino Leadership’s goal is to promote leadership development and educational advancement.