About the SEVA Studio at Inderkum High School in the Natomas Unified School District:
Inderkum High School offers a Broadcast Media Pathway program for those students who have an interest in photography, film, video or that are looking to get more involved on campus. This pathway prepares students for both college and career by providing them with academics in a new way. Students have the ability to gain and master skills in a variety of areas including storytelling, media arts, news broadcasting and interviewing. These skills are gained through hands-on experience with professional broadcast equipment in Inderkum’s very own SEVA Studio set up in their broadcast media classroom. Students learn industry standard techniques and career strategies from Melissa May, who has years of experience in the field as a TV journalist.
About SEVA Studios:
The SEVA Studios are a joint project with SECC, the Sacramento Metropolitan Cable Television Commission and school districts to create and encourage video production in schools with training opportunities and equipment assistance. Student created school news programs have regular air time on educational cable each week to highlight the use of the SEVA Studio Labs and share what’s going on at local schools.
For more information: secctv.org/seva/seva-studio-labs/