Indiana County Technology Center’s Digital Media Technology program is celebrating another national achievement.
Just this week, the program was recognized by the National Occupational Competency Institute as the winner of their annual national video contest. The first-year students responsible for the winning production are United’s Tori Thomas and Hanna Chero and Saltsburg’s Macey Bates and Alyssa Kuhner.
Because of their hard work and diligence in preparing this creative entry, all DMT students will enjoy a class pizza party and the DMT program will be awarded $500.
[PHOTO: Alyssa Kuhner and Tori Thomas, Digital Media Technology students at Indiana County Technology Center, played “Noctopoly” in a video that won a national contest. (Submitted photo/Indiana County Technology Center)]
NOCTI’s annual video PSA contest invites students across the nation to submit creative video entries in an effort to promote Career and Technical Education and the endless possibilities of success that can be achieved by all CTE students.
This year’s contest required students to follow the theme “CTE: Journey to Success.” ICTC’s submission required creative collaboration between team members who developed a concept based on the famed “Monopoly” board game. In the video, two students are preparing to journey to their future through the game “Noctopoly.” The video may be viewed on YouTube or by visiting the ICTC Facebook page.
To watch, go to www. youtube.com/watch?v=V0bgnavguQU