Working as a PA leads to entry-level work in the trades, production and post-production.
"The community college training I received helped me with hard skills, like working with the camera, sound and writing, and soft skills, which is getting the job while you're on set."
The Production Assistant Essential Track is recommended for those who want to get started in the industry quickly. These students may not wish to obtain a Bachelor's degree, or may decide they will go back to school at a later time, after they have started working. Here's how to get started:
1. Take Community College courses that teach the 7 entry-level PA skill sets.