Monday, March 9, 2009

The work force: Film work takes unique skill set

By Doug Stites • CEO, Capital Area Michigan Works • March 9, 2009

Last week, Hollywood was the word on the street in Greater Lansing, as a result of a new training partnership between Capital Area Michigan Works, Lansing Community College and Michigan State University to train people to become production assistants, an entry-level position on a film set.

Film jobs are unlike anything we've ever seen in the work force development system. To be successful in this industry, you need a unique personality and skill set. For those who have what it takes, however, film can be a lucrative and exciting career path.

So what does it take?

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