Align Design Series 2019
The Rome Area Council for the Arts (RACA), in partnership with V3 Magazine, will sponsor a three- week workshop series for rising high school juniors and seniors that will focus on growing the student’s skill and passion for the art of graphic design. RACA is requesting each high school in the Rome and Floyd County Area submit the name of one or two students they feel meets the specified qualifications for the program. Students must be a rising junior or senior who has shown some previous skill or ability with graphic design and has a genuine desire to learn more about the theory, proper application, software navigation and career opportunities in the field. Students will be required to attend all three sessions of the series, which will take place on consecutive Saturdays beginning October 12th, 2019 at Darlington School. Each session will last 6 hours, and lunch is provided. All tuition fees will be paid by RACA. Acceptance to the program is subject to space availability.
Name of Nominating Teacher/Counselor/Administrator *
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High School *
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Teacher/Counselor/Administrator email address *
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Name of Student *
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Briefly describe why you feel this student is the best candidate for the program. *
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Have you notified your student of their nomination? *
Will your student have reliable transportation to and from the workshop each day? *
Will your student commit to attending each of the three sessions? *
Please provide the names of the parents or guardians of your student. *
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Email for parent/guardian *
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Phone Number for parent/guardian *
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Address for parent/guardian *
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Email for student (please provide an email address that is NOT school related. Those email addresses block outside communication and make reaching out to the students very difficult)
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The Fine Print
By submitting this form you are stating the student nominee has a true desire to learn more about the field of graphic design and will be an active participant in the class. Students will attend all sessions, be on time and apply themselves to the best of their ability to the work set before them. Lunch and snacks will be provided. Participation in this workshop is not a guarantee of future employment in the field of graphic arts, only an opportunity to learn and grow. Upon acceptance to the program, a RACA representative will reach out to the parents/guardian of each student (as well as the student if there is an email address provided) directly to share updates and information about the program. If you have any questions, please feel free to email mandy@romearts.org.
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