Digital Media Camp


Ages: 13-18     


Cost: $150.00 Scholarships Available, contact The Launch Pad for more Info



I. July 9th to July 13th

II. July 16th to July 20th


***Please Note: Week I and Week II are identical in their curriculum and instruction; we are simply offering two camp weeks due to demand.


Times: 9am to 5pm


Location: The Launch Pad Teen Center and Prescott Media Center inside The Armory building (824 E Gurley St.)


Camp Description

Want to produce and star in your very own t.v show? Now’s your chance!  For one week only, you get the chance to work with professional media equipment,  learning how to film and edit video, design cool graphics, work with photos, music, and sound effects, and even shoot inside a TV studio with a weekly news team! This is a jam packed exciting camp for high school are youth.  That uses a Project Based Learning Model that leads to the development of real world skills. Aside from teaching teens to shoot and edit video, utilize the Adobe Creative Suite, and design a T.V. show, all of The Launch Pad’s camps foster personal growth, build self-confidence, and develop independence that will help prepare them for life beyond high school and college.



Rob Milligan, Prescott Media Center Employee and Film Maker, has been producing local TV shows for over a decade now all around AZ and even made a movie a few years back!  He’s always on the lookout for those interested in joining his media team and looks forward to working with you.


Hardware + Software Used Throughout Camp:

Adobe Creative Suite

Apple Computers

Digital Cameras


Learning Outcomes

Shooting Film

Basics of creating digital effects

Post Production Editing


What you Create

Your very own T.V. Show working with a production team of your peers. 


End of the Year Donations

Upcoming Events

Mon 02

Closed for Drop-In

July 2 @ 8:00 am - July 6 @ 5:00 pm
Mon 16

Digital Media Camp #2

July 16 - July 20
Fri 20

TAC Retreat Day

July 20
Mon 23

Real World Preskitt Camp

July 23 - July 27


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