Greenwood, IN 46143
Central Nine Career Center is an area career/technical school dedicated to the development of the knowledge and skills necessary to prepare students for employment in a chosen career and/or further their education at a post-secondary institution.
Palatine, IL 60067
Harper College is a great place to start or continue your college education. Earn your degree, train for a new career, or just get that class you need. Harper offers certificate and degree programs and is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools (NCA), the same institution as four-year colleges and universities in the Midwest. As a result, Harper is required to hire faculty based on the same robust criteria. This means you can count on learning from the best.
The Graphic Arts Program at Harper College focuses on a foundation of print and web graphics. The program focuses on digital prepress, including design, preflight, proofing, and plating as well as press, bindery, and project management. Students can take 1 class for skills, achieve a specific certificate, or join the apprenticeship path to achieve an AAS Degree in Graphic Arts.
Normal, IL 61790
Whether you want to build a better solar car, manage a multi-million dollar portfolio, or shape young minds in the classroom, your professional dreams hinge on getting the best college education possible. And that’s just what you’ll get at Illinois State where more than 188 fields of study can spark your curiosity. You’ll find the opportunities of a large university on a campus that feels more like a small college. The Graphic Communications curriculum prepares students for careers in digital media development, traditional and digital printing, publishing, packaging, and management.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
The largest public school district in Indiana, diverse in both population and choice, Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) is an agile, innovative educational organization committed to academic excellence built through individualized, relationship-based learning. Though we cover 80 square miles, employ over 6,000 people, and serve over 30,000 students, we are committed to serving individual students with what they need. IPS does this through innovation – from digital learning initiatives to individual schools fashioning their own rigorous curricula. We do it through exceptional choice –
providing excellent opportunities through community schools and Magnet and option programs focusing on math, science, performing arts, Montessori, International Baccalaureate, specific career paths, and Spanish immersion, among others.
Indianapolis, IN 46229
Instruction of the printing field and inplant printing.