How to Commission Work
You can have the opportunity to work with students and faculty from a range of disciplines and backgrounds as a sponsor. You'll get the chance to educate—and be educated—as our students reach into organizations to discover all that is possible. The Center will work with you to address issues related directly to your organization's specific needs and interests and maintain all levels of confidentiality through this process.
There are many ways to become involved with the EMC:
- Work with the EMC to design, build, and bring your digital media project to life.
- The EMC Student Fellows Program - sponsor a student at the Center for one academic year.
- The EMC Technology Lab - help fund the technology needs of the Center to ensure that our students remain in the cutting edge of digital media.
- The EMC Mobile Apps Development Lab - help fund the work of student teams devoted to mobile application development (either client or student-devised content)
- The EMC Incubator Space - sponsor and invest in a team of young entrepreneurs to produce a promising and innovative concept or prototype and bring it to market
Such partnerships create opportunities for all Champlain students, regardless of their degree program, to contribute a range of talents to every project. Graduate students become project managers; Business students market EMC products; Education students inform content creation for best learning practices; Software Engineering, Art & Animation, Game Design and Digital Film students all act as part of student teams working on Center projects.
Sponsors, students and faculty can all benefit from this collaborative exploration of media and technology, which pushes us to think critically about community, creativity, team work, leadership and professionalism.
To sponsor a project through the Emergent Media Center at Champlain College, please contact:
Julie Bond, Interim Director
Emergent Media Center at Champlain College
To see a list of our past and present partners please click here.