Have you always dreamed of being behind the camera but don’t know where to begin? Would you like to train for a dynamic and creative career in the media arts?
Skilled video technicians are in high demand in the video production, television broadcast and film industries. North Lake College’s unique program in Video Technology trains you for this rapidly expanding career field.
These rates are
entry hourly wages for the following Video Technology jobs in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
SOURCE: DCCCD Labor Market Intelligence Center
*This job typically requires a bachelor's degree.
Our associate degree program provides a comprehensive foundation to enter the video production or television broadcast arena, including:
CareerOneStop, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor, projects job growth increase of 30 percent for video and film editors; 21 percent for audio and video equipment technicians; and 17 percent for sound engineering technicians through 2024 in Texas.
Located in the heart of Irving and Las Colinas, North Lake College is close to a number of companies in the video and film industry with numerous internship and job opportunities. Students participate in single camera film style and live multi-camera studio and remote productions, individual and group productions, and learn in the classroom and through on-the-job training.
See more about careers in Video Technology.
Qualified professionals can find work in the broadcast, corporate, institutional and entrepreneurial sectors. Get answers to your questions with the North Lake Video Technology program FAQs.
A guided pathway will help you earn a college credential and build a career. It’s a one-page document that clearly shows you what courses to take (and when) to best prepare you for success in college and in your career.
Learn more about Guided Pathways to Success.
The Video Technology program is offered exclusively at North Lake College among colleges of DCCCD.
degrees and certificates in Video Technology.
Ready to take the first step toward your new career?