The Richmond Multimedia Academy has many work-based learning opportunities, including in-school courses, field trips, visitors, and much more. Below are some examples of work-based learning opportunities.

  • Field trips include visits to radio and television stations, as well as teleconferencing with podcasters and documentary makers. Educational visits may include visits to Google, SFMOMA, The Walt Disney Museum, KQED, and Laney College‚Äôs media broadcast program.
  • Multimedia students have strong partnerships with Youth Radio, as well as with KQED.
  • The Multimedia Pathway begins in grade 9 with a course in digital arts, followed by courses in advanced film studies, photography and advanced media communications. The senior year culminates with Advanced Media Communications, during which students further develop their skills and experience in putting together stories and video for broadcast or podcast.