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I just heard this and I really don't want to change my career I have been working so hard to gain. What should I do? I heard that there was only one college in New York that does animation "School Of Visual arts" and The art institute of New York city doesn't have a animation program. They told me that there Art Institute located in California does have a animation program and that it would be easier for me to get a job in California then it is in New York. I was thinking about going out of state to California but I really don't want to, I want to be in New York. I would like some advice please is there a way to stay in New York to do animation Production and have a good chance of getting a job. School Of Visual Art seem like a good choice but what if I don't get into that school then what? and would they help me get a job in New York since it is a very low chance of getting a job as a animation producer. I was thinking of one day starting my own studio here so I wouldn't have to sell my rights to other companies or studios. But first of all I don't even know how to start my own studio :( anyway enough ranting I would really want some help please. Here were the schools I though would be good to be a animation producer"Pratt Institute' "Cooper Union" and "DeVry" ( I'm a senior in high school ) HELP!
As a former animation student, I'd say avoid the field entirely. There's no demand. AI and schools like it flooded the field to get government loans. Many are just working at Deli's and other unrelated jobs. If its one of the Art Institutes run by EDMC (all of them that use the AI logo), avoid them like a plague. They're not an art school employers take seriously. They're open enrollment, they take ANYONE. They just want the financial aid from the government that you are entitled to. The government is now suing them for 11 Billion Dollars which could wipe them off the map easily. If you ask me, they're an elaborate corporate scam to funnel as many Government Pell grants and guaranteed loans out of students as they can and leave the students with the bill. They're like McDonald's of Art "Colleges". They're a chain that is popping up everywhere. They buy out dying schools, rename them, keep the accreditation.They create programs designed for impulse buyers and quick hits aka uninformed students. They may seem like they would be good, but it is all smoke and mirrors. Pretty building with pretty computers. Meanwhile, it will just ruin your life. The market demand they say they're meeting is not the demand of the Job market, its the demand of the students. Students that graduated AI are struggling to get jobs and have over more than $50,000+ or $90,000+ in debt depending on what degree they went for. Degrees that are worthless in the job market. Basically, AI is a degree mill. They use bloated success stats and circle logic to back them up. They count students working at Toys R Us as in the field. Avoid them if you want to actually have a decent future. If you really want to pursue your passion, go to a community college, study fine art, and then transfer into a state school. It will be cheaper and the money you save you can buy your own equipment and STILL have money left over for a better future. Their job leads are bogus, they go to Monster, Craigslist, and career builder just like everyone else. Their top employer is HOME DEPOT (Check their own website) and I guarantee none of those are art jobs. Don't make the same mistake my friends and I did. We'll be paying for it for the rest of our lives. If you go with AI you'll be folding clothes at Target or hawking video games at Toys R Us for $8.25 an hour and struggling to pay $90,000+ with bill collectors haunting your every waking moment for the REST OF YOUR LIFE with no way to stop them because there is no bankruptcy protection on Student loans. Please please please make sure you check out these news articles below. Many are accounts from students, staff, and teachers of AI. Feel free to check YELP ("Filtered results" as well.) What you do with this information is your choice, I just want to make sure you know everything before listening to one of their recruiters sales pitch. Remember, they're paid sales people. Not your friend. College may be expensive but what these guys are pulling is straight out highway robbery. Below is a few news articles about different AI's around the country. They're all pulling the same thing. Its EDMC's business model. Decide for yourself.
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There is an overall shortage of jobs basically everywhere in the United States at present, due to the recession. California and New York were hit together with all of the other states.
You can try out schools like FIT, NYU. You don't have to go to California to go to school for animation. They have a few animation jobs in pennsylvania also, it's just not as well known as the ones in california. I live in pennsylvania and I'm majoring in animation at my college. It's not that hard to find, but in different colleges they call it different names so you need to call the schools that you think of applying to so that you can find out if they really have animation.
I spent 3 years trying to get a job as an illustrator for a multitude of companies. You have to be REALLY good at what you do to get into that line. pennsylvania start your own series and see of anyone wants to sponser it. Art isnt just about whats on the medium, you have to use your creativity and think outside the box at all times.
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Have you researched how many animation jobs exist in the industry, and where they are? You might not want to become a maker of bullwhips if there are not many jobs but many workers.