Digital Media Academy
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Digital Media Academy Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Andre Nudelman
  • Founded
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    less than $1M (CAD)
  • Industry
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Salary estimated from 32 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 38 reviews and is evolving.


Electronic Music Production Program Specialist (Teaching Assistant) in Vancouver, BC
on 13 December 2019
I got to do what I love for money.
I have been obsessed with music production for a while, and when I saw a job posting needing someone who knew how to use Ableton, I applied right away. I was paid a solid wage for a 2 weeks of work, teaching high school students in an amazing university environment something I was a pro at. I felt smarter just being on the campus (DMA teaches only at top-ranked universities) A typical day is just having fun, assigning tasks and projects to students, monitoring the students, having a blast so to speak, and helping students with their questions about your craft and inspiring them to pursue their dreams.
Residential Coordinator in Toronto, ON
on 10 December 2019
Summer Camp from the inferno regions
Residential Coordinators are paid 400$ per month with no weekends off and expected to work from 7 am until 1 am with "occassional breaks" this was a joke of a place to work and the harassment from a particular director led to me being embarassed and feeling bullied.
Instructor in Toronto, ON
on 22 April 2019
Hard, rewarding work for fair pay
Typical day includes teaching/TAing classes as small as 5 students and as large as 20. Curriculums are well made. Days are 8-11 hours, management always there to help. Things are often done at a moments notice and does not always operate as planned. Supplies don't always show up on time and strong critical thinking and improvisational skills are required. It can be a stressful job, and the kids can be a lot to deal with, but the pay is very good
Teaching Assistant in Montréal, QC
on 31 May 2018
Decent job for a week
Poor pay. Long hours. Exhausting children. The leader was fabulous and the staff made it worthwhile. We were teaching a curriculum far too difficult for the age group.
Lead Teaching Assistant in Montréal, QC
on 24 February 2017
Fun environment, and a great learning experience.
This was a really enriching experience since I did not have any knowledge of the material I taught before I taught it! However, the training we received was fantastic and I felt really prepared before my first day.

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