Next Steps Program
Helping our students get real world experienceships, internships and work placements throughout our community of Creative Industry Partners.
The objective of the next steps program is to successfully integrate Spy Hop students into either higher education paths or local related professional fields. By giving students the opportunity to complete short term internships with our Creative Industry Parters they are able to better understand the practicalities of their fields of interest and ultimately convert these opportunities into successful job placements. This may also be known as a work shadow placement or an experienceship. Spy Hop is also partnering with higher education facilities to help create improved opportunities to convert technical passions into higher education qualifications.
Spy Hop has found a great community of industry professionals that really want to be part of creating the next generation of everything from game developers to set builders, post production and location recorders to Foley artists.
As a Creative Industry Partner, you will be working closely with Spy Hop to provide an experienceship or internship that would be tailored to your companies individual needs. Whether its an opportunity to allow an intern to watch a professional at work or be submerged in the daily running of a professional facility. These are valuable investments in creating our next generation of creative talent.
If your company is interested in becoming a Creative Industry Partner, please contact Matt Mateus at 801 532 7500 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spy Hop is proud to be allied with the Sundance Ignite Fellow Program for 2016. Three Spy Hop students will have the rare opportunity to work closely with industry professionals. The students will also be given a one year mentorship with a professional. This unique opportunity is so important for giving our next generation the chance to shine and tell their story.
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