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Digital NEST

Our Classes

Partnership: El Nido


Students participating in this partnership course will be exposed to basics skills and techniques within the following departments at the Digital NEST: 

  • Digital Arts + Technology 
  • Web + Information Technology
  • People Projects and Leadership
WIT: Python Meetup
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WIT: Python Meetup


with Monica Gutierrez


Get support from peers taking the CIS 15: Introduction to Cloud Programming in Python course at Cabrillo College, work on hands-on activities that will reinforce our understanding of the material and get designated time to do our homework! This course is transferable to any UC or CSU and provides high school credit. Food will be provided.

You will also learn the fundamentals of Python and how to applys to the world of computers. 

Additional Information: 

  • For Cabrillo Students enrolled in CIS 15
  • Open to WIT members that are learning python or that took WIT 1 in Spring 19

Food & Snacks will be provided!

DAT: Media Creator Meetup


with Mayra Ruiz-Valtierra

Join the Media Creator team for the opportunity to exercise your creativity. Earn volunteer hours while working to build the NEST community through small projects in graphic design, photography, videography, and music production. This is a creative space, for creative thinkers, who have creative solutions.

Additional Information: Open to all members, recommended for new members. Members will learn: 

  • Adobe illustrator 
  • Digital Illustrations
  • Design Layout + Composition
  • Creating artist page on Instagram

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DAT: Acting Lab I


with Andres Mercado

Ready to become a movie star? In this training we will learn the fundamentals of script analysis, character development, and on-camera acting through scene study, monologues, and a variety of exercises.

Additional Information: Open to all members, recommended for new members. Highly recommended for Connect Crew and Events Unit members. This training can be taken more than once. 

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DAT: Photography Meetup


with Carlos Campos

If you’re stuck in “auto mode” on your camera because “manual mode” seems too intimidating, the photography meetup is here for you!  Learn the basics of exposure and how to use the settings on your camera. Join us in this creative space to get the support and training you need to be a great photographer! During this meetup we will focus on Studio photography and editorial photoshoots. This is great for new and experienced members to create portfolio peices for their creative resume. 

Additional Information: Open to all members, recommended for new members.  Members will learn to use: 

  • T6i Camera
  • Adobe Lightroom
  • Studio Photography
  • Studio Lighting and Color Setup

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DAT: Podcast Meetup
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DAT: Podcast Meetup


with Jane Tobias

In this meetup we’ll  document stories from our community and share them with the public. The Podcast Meetup is designed to introduce you to future careers in media creation and journalism. In this workshop you will practice radio and documentary journalism by creating podcast episodes that tell the stories of communities and issues that are important to you. 

Additional Information: Open to all members, recommended for new members. Members will learn to use: 

  • Adobe Audition
  • Studio Microphones
  • Rode Podcasting Interface
  • Zoom H1 + H6

DAT: Writer's Room


with Gabriel Medina

Let’s write a script together! In this lab we will learn about the creative writing process and short film structure, then apply those skills in co-creating a script that we will film in the Summer. This year’s script will be set in a Magical Realist world, we encourage you to come with ideas and watch one or more of the following films prior to the lab: 

Additional Information: Open to high school juniors, seniors, and college students interested in pursuing a career in screenwriting or curious about the writing process.

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PPL: Events Unit Meetup


with Yazmin Herrera

Be part of the team that designs, plans, and manages events that tie the NEST to the wider community. Learn how to think critically, solve problems, and see a project through from beginning to end alongside of a supportive team. You can transfer those skills to become a project manager, event coordinator, or a promoter. Past events coordinated by this team include holiday parties, game days, fashion shows, and movie screenings. What will our next event be? It’s up to you!

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