The California Department of Education’s Arts, Media, and Entertainment (AME) Film and Television Training program connects high school Production and Managerial Arts pathway programs to post-secondary schools and union pre-apprenticeship programs. High school campuses will develop articulated course sequences with a community college partner and a local affiliate of International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE). The collaborative will establish work-based learning and internship experiences, public course content and curriculum, and pathway certification materials. At the conclusion of the program (graduation), students have the opportunity to transition directly into the trades and/or pursue a degree at the partner secondary school. This grant provides funding for both technical assistance and targeted professional development based on the highly effective Hollywood Cinema Production Resources (CPR) model.