AMP’s mission is to provide students with advanced media skills without the astronomical prices associated with traditional colleges. AMP’s affordable tuition allows students to invest in the equipment needed for success. This opens the door for graduates to travel and accept internships that lead to employment.
AMP is fully licensed by the PA Dept. of Education’s Board of Private Licensed Schools. For more information, visit the PA State Dept of Education.
AMP offers several convenient class times to fit most personal schedules. We offer day and evening schedules with class starts every Spring and Fall.
AMP provides students with the opportunity to work with area businesses during their studies to add to their real-world experiences. This makes them more attractive to employers who seek experience to fill positions. AMP students have provided digital media services to the following:
- Eisenhower Farm
- Adams County National Bank
- Member’s 1st Credit Union
- Utz Quality Foods
- Ping’s Chinese Restaurant
- Gettysburg Museum
- Adams County Big Brothers & Sisters
- Bermudian Springs School District
- Pennsylvania Music Educator’s Association (PMEA)
Members of AMP are affiliated with the following organizations:
- SkillsUSA National http://www.skillsusa.org/index.shtml
- The Recording Academy (Voting Member): http://www.grammy.org/recording-academy
- Audio Engineering Society: http://www.aes.org/
About the Area
Hanover, Pennsylvania is known by many as the snack food capital of the United States. Hanover has been featured multiple times on the Food Network because of nationally known companies such as Utz’s Quality Foods, Snyder’s of Hanover, Hershey Chocolates, Hanover Foods, Wolfgang Candy, Martin’s Potato Chips, among others.
Gettysburg is located only 10 minutes to the west and students are surrounded by famous Civil War battle sights and museums. The area has a very low crime statistic and students feel very safe attending school and living in the surrounding communities.
AMP is housed in a newly renovated 7200 square foot facility located in the old McSherrystown (Hanover), PA Firehouse.
The photography department has a 50 foot cyc wall with a corner cyc and 2 large bay doors for large product photography (i.e. automobiles).