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We are looking for teens ages 14-19 that are passionate about filmmaking, graphic & game design or audio recording & music production to join our Apprenticeship Program. You must be willing to invest 10 hours per week to Spy Hop. Build your personal portfolio as you work with clients in the community on film, web, audio and gaming projects. At the end of the apprenticeship, you’ll have the opportunity to sit down with professionals in your field to show your portfolio and get feedback on your work.
Audio & Design Summer Sessions: June 12 – July 19, 2017
Fall Apprenticeship Session: August 14 – December 20, 2017
Monday & Wednesday, 4-6pm
*Additional 6 hours per week required. Stipend paid for hours worked.
Work on a promotional videos for businesses in the community, gain new skills working with professional gear, get editing experience on Adobe Premiere software and create short films for your portfolio.
Run Spy Hop’s weekly open studio program, Open Mic, learn Ableton Live and Pro Tools and do post production for PitchNic films and game design projects.
Services for Nonprofits
Twice a year, Spy Hop Production’s Multimedia Apprenticeship Program offers an In-Kind Marketing Grant (FREE OF CHARGE) to local non-profits in order to enhance or develop a marketing and communications video, education game or mobile app. Students enrolled in this five-month program collaborate with select organizations to help create media for various events and outreach. This pre-professional program offers valuable creative and vocational training to youth and facilitates the development of critical learning, media literacy and leadership skills. The media services being offered consist of a 3-5 minute promotional video, an educational game, or mobile app. To take advantage of this, you must submit an application by clicking the link below. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Matt Mateus at email@example.com.
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