Dix Hills, NY (PRWEB) April 11, 2014
Looking for something fun to do this summer? Five Towns College is offering summer workshops for high school students starting July 7. Classes offered will be in audio recording, filmmaking, music, music business and musical theatre. College credit will be offered to students taking Audio Recording Theory.
Five Towns College cordially invites students to participate in one or more of the summer workshops for high school students. Tuition is very affordable and participants will learn valuable skills and insights in such fields as music, media and the performing arts. All of these programs offer hands-on experience taught by Five Towns College’s outstanding college faculty. At the conclusion of these three-week workshops, family and friends will be invited to view student projects or hear and see performances.
Workshops will be offered in two summer sessions, from July 7-25 and July 28–Aug. 15, at the Five Towns College campus in Dix Hills, located just off Exit 50 of the Long Island Expressway. Any questions about the workshops can be answered by calling admissions at 631-656-2110 or visiting http://ftc.edu to view a brochure.
Five Towns College will also be hosting open houses at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 12 and Saturday, May 17. Attendees can learn about Five Towns College’s degree programs in music, media, education and the performing arts. They can also take a tour of the campus and see the state-of-the-art studios, labs and theaters. Applications are still being accepted for the summer or fall semester and scholarships are still available.
Visits to campus are strongly recommended. Open houses are a great way to see Five Towns College’s facilities and meet with faculty and staff. Private tours are also available throughout the week. Schedule an appointment by calling the admissions office at 631-656-2110. To learn more, visit their website at http://www.ftc.edu.
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At Five Towns College, students will receive the hands-on-experience needed to compete in the worlds of music, media, music business, education and entertainment. Students considering Five Towns should experience one of their theatrical performances or concerts and judge for themselves the level of Five Town’s proficiency and uniqueness. Take a tour of their facilities and see the MIDI, MAC and PC labs, the film/video and television studios, or the three audio studios, where musical recordings, films and other artistic work take place. Visit their website for more information about student life and academics at http://www.ftc.edu.