Enroll in New Visions and launch a career in journalism/communications

High School juniors. Do you dream of a career at Sports Illustrated, ESPN, the New York Times or Good Morning America?  Do you like to take photographs, shoot video, write news stories, and market content on social media? Consider spending your senior year at the Times Union in the New Visions: Multimedia and Digital Communications program! Explore career options in the mass communications industry and earn up to nine college credits! You’ll also work in the radio lab and television studio at the College of St. Rose, participate in internships, blog for the Times Union website and get content published in the newspaper. At the end of the school year you’ll be proficient in the use of WordPress, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere and Adobe InDesign.

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Graduates of the program work for a variety of media outlets in the field of print and broadcast journalism, magazine publishing, public relations, marketing, social media branding and videography.  Employers include the Hearst Corporation, Sports Illustrated, ESPN, Good Morning America, Tulsa World, Capital District Business Review and the New York State Assembly.

For more information visit our open houses scheduled for:

January 10, 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. at the Capital Region BOCES administrative offices, 900 Watervliet-Shaker Road in Albany.

January 31, 6 p.m. at the Capital Region BOCES Career and Technical School at 1015 Watervliet-Shaker Road in Albany.

To download the application visit:


If you’re interested in visiting the classroom contact instructor Anne-Marie Sheehan at asheehan@timesunion.com

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