Take charge of your future!
If you’re a creative talent, you know your knowledge and skills have value in the marketplace.
URI Harrington School current students and recent graduates now have the opportunity to set up shop as digital entrepreneurs in Providence at the Digital City co-work space. And it’s free!
For URI Harrington School students with an interest in developing their careers as graphic designers, video editors, filmmakers, or other types of work with digital media, you are eligible to apply for a 4-month or 12-month membership.
The URI Harrington School is sponsoring memberships for current and graduating students, giving them work spaces in the center of downtown Providence, in AS220’s Mercantile Building at 131 Washington Street, alongside other digital media artists and professionals. It’s part of our Digital City Rhode Island initiative, developed by Gary Glassman of Providence Pictures and Renee Hobbs of the URI Harrington School of Communication and Media. Current DC206 members include architects, film makers, designers, artists, programmers and makers. The co-work space offers high-speed Internet access, dedicated work space, meeting space, and the opportunity to network and mingle with other young and emerging digital media and technology professionals.