This Saturday, December 3 at 11 a.m. at Seattle Film Institute -- it's time to follow your dreams.
Join SFI’s faculty and advisors for an informative info session and presentation designed to answer all of your questions about Seattle Film Institute, our programs and financial aid options. You’ll learn all about SFI’s hands-on, collaborative education model, job placement opportunities, student experience and much more.
Get the training for the career of your dreams. Let us show you how you can convert your skills and passions into a top job in the entertainment industry.
Seattle Film Institute welcomes prospective students and their families to discover more about Seattle Film Institute's hands-on programs at our December Info Session.
-- Tour our working film studio/campus.
-- Learn all about Seattle Film Institute's Bachelor of Arts, Masters, Certificate and Extension programs.
-- Meet with our faculty, staff, and current students for an insider's view of our college.
-- Discuss our internship and career placement options that will prepare you for your career.
-- Learn about our admission process, financial aid (including Vet/Military benefits and FAFSA), and scholarships.
-- Working professionals like actor/director Amanda Bearse and Emmy-award winning composer Hummie Mann are members of our faculty
Join us and see why students interested in embarking on a top career in the entertainment industry choose SFI.
Extension classes, degree and certificate programs, meet up groups and more -- we'll help you realize your dreams.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
We welcome those 15 years of age and older and their parents/friends to our info session.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
There are free street parking options around the school. SFI does not have a parking lot.
What can I bring into the event?
Bring yourself, friends, family members... We'll have refreshments on site.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Contact Chris at Chris@sfi.edu for more information or call 206.568.4387.
You can also visit us online at www.seattlefilminstitute and www.sfi.edu.