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By | October 10, 2013
Becoming a Disc Jockey is becoming an increasingly popular choice for a job that is also as “DJing”, lots of enthusiasts are in the quest of finding and considering a good DJ school which will assist them fulfill their aspirations of becoming a famous Disc Jockey. Without doubt, there are particular DJ schools now who’s role is teaching you the necessary skills which will allow you to know what you aspire to do as a DJ. You might also find there are other things that you like to learn about and attain in this career.

Receiving your first role as a Disc Jockey, getting into a DJ competition, DJing at some club might be among your ambitions why you are interested in enrolling in a DJ school. There are various training schools for aspiring DJs. All DJ schools teach skills such as mixing music, scratching, beat mixing and juggling among others. These schools are especially popular with younger people and DJs who want to enhance their ability. There is much to learn from these training schools although it can also involve additional costs that you need to set aside for this training program. The best part is that the training only takes three months,then you are qualified & ready for action!.

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EVENTS DEPRESSION: The College of Lake County Health Center will conduct free, confidential mental health screenings for depression problems as part of National Depression Screening Day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 10 at 19351 W. Washington St., Grayslake. They are open to students and members of the community. Appointments are not necessary. The screenings consist of a