Student Club Gives Back to the Community
May 31, 2007
IADT Student Club, Detroit Digital Movement, focuses on community projects
Troy, Mich. – Students enrolled in the Digital Media program at the International Academy of Design and Technology (IADT) have formed a club, Detroit Digital Movement. The club’s primary focus is to provide students with opportunities to interact with and give back to the surrounding communities.
Currently, students in the digital media club are collecting used computers and computer parts so they can refurbish the machines and donate them to residents of local retirement homes. They will be doing computer restoration as an ongoing project for as long as they can collect the used machines. If enough computers and parts are collected, they hope to expand the project by donating the refurbished machines to underprivileged citizens that cannot otherwise afford one.
“The student members of Detroit Digital Movement are very conscientious about their community citizenship,” said Mike Rosik, Digital Media Program Chair at IADT. “They are generous with their time and talents, giving back as much as they can.”
More about Digital Media at IADT
The International Academy of Design & Technology in Troy, Michigan, offers students the opportunity to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Digital Media. The program runs year-round in a quarter system, enabling students to graduate in as little as 36 months. Throughout the program, students are taught concepts, techniques, and tools related to digital media design, interface design, audio/video editing, and web design.
The International Academy of Design & Technology is accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools to award associate and bachelor's degrees. For more information about IADT please call 888-838-2111 or visit www.iadtdetroit.com.