Maximum Impact Media

We help individuals, organizations, and businesses of limited resources have access to media education and services.

Students have an alternative education for workforce development.

We love supporting talented, emerging artists who lack the technical skills and funds for media services and products.

What students do

Here you can find the what students do

who successfully complete training with us

and get awesome results.

Educational model


1. The non-profit will provide education in live and studio media arts: video, photography, audio, animation, and website development which may include lessons in various music instruments, lighting, use of equipment, recording, editing, vocal training, Adobe CS and Autodesk (but not limited to) software, and use of equipment, artist development, legal/financial training as it relates to this trade and personal life, life skills/relationship training for working in these trades and personal life; and construction of studio spaces and acoustical treatment


2. The educational model will be an “alternative education” model for those creative individuals who may not fit traditional classroom settings and will be based on project portfolio, mentoring, home-schooling, classes/training sessions, after or in-school programs for public and private schools


3. The target population will be ethnically, religious, racially, gender, and racially, etc. diverse so to provide the greatest social, educational, and economic impact


4. The target population has limited resources and/or finances

a. The economic impact upon the target population is to provide them with marketable skills for employment and motivation/character development to be productive members of society.

b. The impact upon the community is that the target population will contribute financially to the community through their financial contribution and stability and provide a low-cost alternative to comparative commercially-obtainable services


5. Students will act as roadies, ushers, photographers, videographers, graphic artists, audio engineers, etc. in preparation of, during and post-production of the events


6. Those who were educated are required to donate projects, productions, products and time to develop and maintain the non-profit's studio, media projects, productions, and products as part of their education and as compensation for their free or reduced cost education and use of equipment and maintain the fiscal solvency of the non-profit