If you are interested in checking out equipment for your organization, please visit sctv.ucsc.edu/equipment. Organizations are able to check out projectors for meetings and other equipment without any certifications. If you would like to checkout audio or video equipment a certification may be needed prior to checkout. A calendar of available certification workshops/trainings is available at the link above.
This seminar for print and broadcast students, taught by media attorney Jim Wagstaffe, covers the legal basics: the First Amendment, libel and slander, copyright, and privacy issues. All signers must attend the Media Law seminar or complete the online quiz before your organization may produce. Although, signers are the only ones required to attend the seminar, organization members are encouraged to attend and leaders are responsible for making sure organization members understand the laws surrounding media production.
Required for all signers. The two seminars offered in Fall Quarter have passed.
Offered in Winter Quarter, this workshop invites you to engage some of the current pressing questions that challenge contemporary media organizations. Led by media attorney Jim Wagstaffe, this workshop’s interactive design includes exercises and “ripped-from-the-headlines” scenarios to explore these issues.
Diversity & Media Workshops
Media gives its creators a megaphone, access to resources, and the power to change our world. In these activity-based workshops, we’ll reflect on why diversity in media matters, and what we can do about it. Developed by students, staff, and alumni each year, these workshops focus are current events and explore the many different perspectives in the media landscape.
Attended UC Santa Cruz from 2009 through 2013. While attending UCSC, she participated in several student led organizations including Rainbow Theater, Rainbow TV and SCTV. Since graduating, she has gone on to work in Television on shows like “black-ish”, “The Fosters,” and most recently “Feud: Bette & Joan.” She currently resides in Los Angeles continuing to work as a Production Assistant.
Is a skilled facilitator, mediator, speaker, and martial artist. She holds a Masters degree in Conflict Dispute Resolution from the University of Oregon School of Law and has worked in the fields of higher education and philanthropy for over 15 years with an emphasis on diversity, equity and inclusion, leadership and team development. Kimi currently serves as the Director of Programs at the International House at UC Berkeley and has been invited to speak, train and facilitate nationally at Wisdom 2.0, the National Conference on Race and Ethnicity and the National Women’s Martial Arts Federation among others.
This training is required for all fiscal reps and business managers. You will learn how to read your organization’s ledger, track org expenses, submit purchase requests, and create spending plans.
All available workshops/trainings are done for the year. Please contact the Student Media front desk if you have any questions about making up a training.
Leading an Organization is presented to student organization leaders during Winter Quarter to build skills and knowledge on areas such as Group Dynamics, Effective Teamwork, and Conflict Resolution. As a student leader, you’ve come a long way in terms of becoming the kind of leader you want to be; these trainings will guide you in understanding your strengths and weaknesses when it comes to leading on campus and in the community. This training is mandatory for all signers. If you attended last year you do not need to attend again. If you’re unsure if you attended last year please check with your advisor if you have to attend this year. You only need to sign up for one time!
There are no more Leadership Trainings right now!
Project planning training will give you the tools, clear steps, and pertinent University information to organize and execute a successful project for your organization. Whether you are doing events or publications, this training is designed to support your project development and planning skills. One signer from your media organization must attend this training in Fall Quarter.
There are no more project planning trainings of right now. Check back later!
SOMeCA Orientation Videos
Please view these videos to help orient you to SOMeCA and student organizing at UC Santa Cruz. Follow this link
to find the quiz. We recommend you take the quiz as you watch the different videos. Remember, all authorized representatives must receive 100% on the Orientation quiz in order to register a student organization.
SCTV offers certifications to ensure that members have a basic understanding of equipment before they check it out. Members must attend a class and pass the quiz (class reservations and quiz can be found below) before checking out certain types of equipment. At the end of every certification, you must take and pass a quiz. These last for one academic year. Once a year is up, you only need to take the quiz to renew. Reservation times can be found below.
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Audio & Lighting 101 Workshop