Summer Media Fellowship


Who: NYC students, ages 14-21
Where: DCTV
When: Summer 2018: Monday through Friday, 11am-5pm
Length: 4 weeks; July 9th - August 3rd
Application Closed

What Students Learn During the Summer Media Fellowship: Collaborative filmmaking and media arts, media literacy, video production and editing, and story telling through digital video production. Participating students create narrative, documentary, or experimental short films and develop web content.

Cool Facts: Many Summer Media Fellows go on to participate in PRO-TV's Media Fellowship with opportunities to:

  • Build a diverse media portfolio
  • Curate Docu-Jam, a youth documentary film festival
  • Make connections with award-winning filmmakers
  • Participate in domestic and international reporting assignments

What Students Are Saying About PRO-TV's Summer Media Fellowship:

Everyone is able to try what they want. You aren't put into a box at the start, which gave me room to grow in different areas of film. -Ashley

I like the supportive and creative community you get to know as the month progresses. -Ona

Students get hands on training, and the finished product is based on the work you put in. The amount of autonomy granted to us is something that many other programs wouldn't give. I like how expansive the curriculum is from learning about editing to camerawork. I'm more comfortable with my abilities now. -Ivory

I enjoyed learning how to collaborate with others and work effectively in a film environment. -Jailyn