CAT Offers EAST Project Students Over $30,000 in Scholarships

   

CAT Offers EAST Project Students Over $30,000 in Scholarships
8/12/2013 2:27:11 PM

The Center for Arts & Technology (CAT) Group of Colleges announced today an exciting scholarship opportunity for EAST (Environmental and Spatial Technology) Project graduates pursuing careers in the dynamic entertainment and technology fields.

Vancouver, BC August 15, 2003 – The Center for Arts & Technology (CAT) Group of Colleges announced today an exciting scholarship opportunity for EAST (Environmental and Spatial Technology) Project graduates pursuing careers in the dynamic entertainment and technology fields. This summer, CAT will provide two Full Scholarships to EAST students for 1st year programs at two CAT locations, Center for Arts and Technology Okanagan (in Kelowna, BC) and Center for Arts and Technology Atlantic Canada (in Fredericton, NB), in addition to twelve $2,500 cdn Scholarships, six for each location. Depending on which program recipients choose to register for, the CAT/EAST Scholarships have a potential total value of $63,000.

These scholarships allow CAT to play an active part in EAST’s vision for developing tomorrow’s industry leaders. “EAST sets an incredible example of leadership, vision and passion for its students by fostering new standards of creativity and excitement in education. We’re already looking at ways of supporting this initiative at higher levels in subsequent years,” explains CAT CEO Niels Hartvig-Nielsen.

EAST evangelist Tim Stephenson is excited about the scholarship’s potential: “CAT is what I have been seeking for our graduates. They are project and results-driven, providing incredible facilities and high level technology for their students. EAST graduates will thrive in a creative and supportive environment where art meets technology.”

EAST provides 20,000 high school students in over 200 participating schools with access to a variety of hardware and software applications. Working alone and in teams, students devote class time to generating solutions to problems in their schools and communities. Service learning and high-end technology meet at the center of an incredible educational experience that can produce dramatic results in the lives of students and communities across the United States. EAST labs are located in Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Hawaii, Illinois and California.

The Center for Arts & Technology (CAT) Group of Colleges boasts multi-million dollar facilities in two Canadian locations where students study Animation, Visual Effects, Recording Arts, Interactive Arts, Game Development, IT, Digital Film, and Entertainment Business Management in programs leading to University Degrees at select schools articulated with CAT. Scholarship details and application materials are available at www.digitalartschool.com/east

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