Noelle Fougere, a 2015 Connecticut School of Broadcasting Graduate was up for anything after graduating. But heading on a cruise was the furthest thing from her mind! Noelle was asked to set sail to Snorkel Park Bermuda with Autism on the Seas (AotS).
On the trip Noelle was responsible for capturing footage of all the activities the children took part in on the cruise. She was able to enjoy the events and sites – as she was right in the mix of all the fun, recording all of the video of the excursion! After the cruise, Noelle put together the footage for promotional videos AotS provides for the families.
"I am so grateful for the Connecticut School of Broadcasting, Farmington for their job placements and recommendations," said Noelle. "Without them I would have never connected with Autism on the Seas, and had the experience of cruising and traveling for work, and making great friendships all over the country! CSB taught me all I need to know from camera operations and sound levels to video editing techniques and programs."
Noelle recently returned from her second cruise with AotS to Horseshoe Bay Bermuda and can't wait for her next opportunity to travel and work more with the group. If you're looking for a life changing career in broadcasting, call us at Connecticut School of Broadcasting today!