Electronic media forms are, without a doubt, the wave of the future. As the demand for increasingly sophisticated entertainment and educational tools grows, so does the need for talented and skilled people in Digital and CGI Filmmaking. Whether remotely from home, or in person as part of a team, one thing is for certain: the field of Media & Entertainment is booming.
Hitech2050 course teaches you to create high-end Digital Filmmaking, Animation, Game Design, Visual Effects, Sound Design, Broadcast Media, and Broadcast Journalism professionals and all individuals seeking to enter the media industry. With this course you will learn media and entertainment industry skills and on completing the course, you will be a job-ready professional who could join a film studio, animation studio, graphic design company or a gaming studio.
Hitech2050 college of Animation & VFX have strong internship and job placement programs and others leave it up to the student to find one on their own and with the “career counseling programs” by Hitech2050. In either case, it’s essential part in our research that the student must have opportunities to prepare for the interview just as they would a regular position. They will have the ability to articulate their goals and what they can provide to the company in addition to having a strong portfolio ready.
Internships usually take place at a local and international offices /studios (at Messenger2050, a leading animation studio and software house) and may be either full or part-time. A manager agrees to work closely with the student to provide fee=dback that allows him or her to improve certain skills.
CGI and Digital Filmmaking’s students should plan to report what they learned on their internship to their instructor in the form of a written report or possibly a presentation to the class.
Freelancers for an organization that could use assistance with CGI and Digital Filmmaking are another ideal way to gain experience and earn money. Students can offer skills in Media & Entertainment (M & E) fields such as Animation, Game Design, Visual Effects, Sound Design, Broadcast Media, and Broadcast Journalism in exchange for a professional reference. Experience such as creating and operating a blog or website is helpful as well.
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that people working under the general classification of Multimedia Artists and Animators earned a median annual salary of $73,970 in 2015 for full-time work. This salary represents the average for people with all levels of experience. The lowest 10 percent earned $46,930 while those at the 90th percentile earned $123,600.
Of course salary will depend on location, industry, years of experience and education level attained. According to the BLS, people working as animators earned approximately $30,000 per year more than those in general art and design occupations. Noted: These are old figures of data provided by US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports issued in 2015 and current market salaries in media & entertainment industry increased 10 % every year.