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In another testament to the amount of young film talent in Montana, the Montana MAPS Media Institute has received three Emmy nominations for PSAs the students produced for State Farm Insurance and another nod (in the Public Affairs/Community Service Category) for the “GIVE HOPE” video they created for Bitterroot Youth Homes.
The “GIVE HOPE” video was part of the MAPS pro-bono campaign “GIVE BACK” where community organizations receive MAPS services free-of-charge.
The MAPS Media Institute is a program geared to train Ravalli County high school students in multiple media courses and disciplines. In an innovative environment, MAPS combines traditional teaching techniques, guest speakers, and one-on-one work with award-winning experts in many varied media fields to help students obtain hands-on, dedicated media instruction in areas that include design, film production, photography, music and more. Founded by Peter Rosten, MAPS has been active in educating young people in the media arts for almost a decade and shows no signs of slowing down yet.