TEC Recognized as Valuable Alternative to College

In an article on cnbc.com, The Edit Center is mentioned among several other technical schools that are becoming increasingly popular alternatives to traditional college or university degree programs. TEC Alum Dylan Greiss was interviewed for the article: 

"Dylan . . . went to college to focus on film editing, but was disappointed in the coursework. "I wasn't learning the technical details so I looked around at other programs and I found the Edit Center in Brooklyn," he said.

He left college and completed a six-week certificate program. . . . Shortly after graduation, Greiss started working as an assistant editor on feature films. Now he is employed at HBO earning $1,250 a week."

Read the full cnbc.com article here