AMP Blog: Entrepreneurship

Trans Tech Social Enterprises launches apprenticeship program targeting transgender unemployment – Your support is needed! (VIDEO)

Allied Media Projects is continuing to grow our network of Sponsored Projects. We are very pleased to welcome Trans Tech Social Enterprises to AMP. Trans Tech is a Chicago-based project offering tech-focused trainings and apprenticeship programs for the LGBTQIA community, with a focus on Trans identified individuals. Read on for information on how you can support this exciting new project!

You're invited! DFM and DFS closing celebration

Please join us June 8th at 12PM at Allied Media Projects (4126 3rd St, Detroit, MI) for a day of celebrations to mark the end of another year of media making for a more just and creative world. The day will include a potluck lunch, graduation ceremony and a gallery of final projects created by students in Detroit Future Media (DFM) and Detroit Future Schools (DFS).

Jenny Lee presents the "City As Ecosystem"

DFM3 Orientation Explores the Purpose of Media and Technology

Detroit Future Media launched it’s third round of community media trainings (DFM3), with an orientation for new students on January 15th and 16th. The DFM3 class of 55 Detroiters represent a variety of communities, experiences, neighborhoods and identities throughout the city.

The Class of DFM3

DFM3 Launches!

Welcome DFM Class of 2013!

Detroit Future Media, a program offered by Allied Media Projects, has launched it's third year of media-based community organizing workshops in Detroit. Fifty-five participants were selected out of dozens of applications to develop Major Media Projects that will investigate a problem or set of problems, explore holistic solutions and foster transformative relationships in the process.

Photo by Imad Hassan

Detroit Future Media Apprenticeship Program

Allied Media Projects is wrapping-up of the apprenticeship component of our Detroit Future Media (DFM) training program. The DFM Apprenticeship Program is a three-month continued learning experience for graduates of the Detroit Future Media workshops that began in June.