Saturday, October 20, 2012

Fully-sponsored: Digital Media Training for Youths

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A call for Kenyan youths with interests in digital creative media to seize a fully funded training opportunity from GESCI.
GESCI in collaboration with a team of tutors from Nairobi and the Irish School of Animation at Ballyfermot College of Further Education is introducing an innovative training program focused on the development of digital creative media skills.

The training program which runs from 1st November 2012 to 8th February 2013 will cover four areas of digital media production including;
J        Animation
J        Graphics new imagery
J        Development of games and mobile apps
J        Creative sounds production
Deadline: 25th October

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GESCI in Kenya

The Global eSchools Community Initiative (GESCI) that was founded by the UN ICT Task Force back in 2003 was unveiled in Kenya last year.
The independent non-governmental organization (NGO) is working with the Ministry of Education to support its integration of ICT in learning, teaching, research, and innovation.  



  1. Thank you for taking the time to publish this information very useful! I’m still waiting for some interesting thoughts from your side in your next post thanks!
    Media Training

  2. I tend to be wary of online ‘make money’ opportunities, but sometimes I come across one that is too good to pass up. Here is a great example…you get paid just for putting your existing social media skills to work:

    This is definitely one that is worth further investigation. Why not get paid for using the skills you already have?


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