Windows Media Player
|Assembly 2012 Open||2-min. introduction to the Arlington Career Center||wmv (7.3mgs)|| iPod (102mgs)|
|VA Exemplary Standards Award Winner 2010||This as a recognition (2-mins.) of the GCTAA's Automotive Technology Program by the Virginia House of Delegates on January 14, 2011||wmv (6.5mgs)||iPod (4.9mgs)|
|Assembly 2010 Open||2-min. introduction to the Arlington Career Center||wmv (8.8mgs)||iPod (7.0mgs)||Flash (10.1mgs)|
|"We Can Work (Safety Dance)" Music Video||The spirit of the Arlington Career Center as channeled through the 1982 dance track "Safety Dance" by Canadian band Men Without Hats.||wmv (10.2mgs)||iPod (8.1mgs)||Flash (11.9mgs)|
|Arlington Youth Network Show "Food" (Jan. 2011; 25-mins.)||The Arlington Youth Network is a program facilitated by Career Center Television Production and produced by and about the students in Arlington Public Schools.||wmv (84.4mgs)||iPod (67.2mgs)|
|Assembly 2009 Open||2-min. introduction to the Arlington Career Center||wmv (7mgs)||Flash (4.4mgs)|
|ACC Programs 2009-10||6-min. overview of Career & Technical Education|
(CTE) programs at the Career Center
|wmv (18mgs)||iPod (18mgs)|
|"We're All in This Together"||A music video produced by TV Production students and edited to Ben Lee's awesome song (used with his permission).||wmv (12mgs)||iPod (10mgs)||Flash (14mgs)|
|"Unify" Music Video||A music video created by Career Center students and staff for the Special Olympics 2009 Winter Games in Boise, Idaho. Other videos produced for this event by Career Center students are here.||wmv (6mgs)||iPod (5mgs)||Flash (5mgs)|
| PSA: "Weight on People"|| A clever concept to convey that hurtful words really can weigh people down!||wmv (2mgs) ||iPod (1.4mgs)|
| PSA: "I Can Hear You"|| A beautiful PSA for its stark simplicity.||wmv (1.6mgs)||iPod (1.1mgs)|
| PSA: "Words Around"|| A visual metaphor for where the "R"-word really belongs.||wmv (1.7mgs)||iPod (1.3mgs)|
* Both the Windows Media Player and Quicktime (iPod) versions may be downloaded to your local computer.
In order to download them, right click the links and choose "save link as" in the drop down menu.
The iPod version may then be transferred to your iPod, or any other device that plays mp4 files.