Graphic Production Technologies

Graphic Production Technologies

Instructor:

Christine Bell
cbell@muskegonisd.org

Para-Professional:

Laurie Hundt
lhundt@muskegonisd.org

This unique program offers students the opportunity to learn and work with industry-standard equipment while preparing them for careers in electronic pre-press operation, digital imaging and scanning operations, digital printing and screen printing, laser etching, bindery, and dye sublimation printing. Using professional design software, such as the Adobe Creative Suite, and Macintosh computers, students will create products based on their own ideas. Students will also participate in the creation and production of "real world" jobs. As part of a team, students will gain technical expertise and important employability and customer service skills including scheduling, estimating, and quality control.

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Graphic Production Technologies

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Student Quotes:

"The projects were so creative and fun."
- Graphic Production Technologies Student

"I liked being able to create something tangible with each project. It gave me something to look forward to with each one."
- Graphic Production Technologies Student

"I learned so much new stuff that I NEVER thought I would ever learn or understand how to do."
- Graphic Production Technologies student

 

 

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Special Features of the Program:


This program offers you the opportunity to learn and work with industry equipment that will prepare you for a career in electronic pre-press operation, photography, plate imaging and scanner operations, dye sublimation, offset and screen printing, or bindery and packaging.

As part of a team, you will work on live jobs, gaining technical expertise as well as important employability and customer service skills.

Articulated credit is also available to qualified students through Baker College, Davenport University, Muskegon Community College, and Ferris State University.

Direct college credit is also available with Muskegon Community College.

View a list of program advisors:

Graphic Production Technologies Advisory Committee