Apprenticeship Program

Passion to Profession

For this apprenticeship-style program we want teens who are passionate about filmmaking, graphic and game design, or audio and music production. Build a personal portfolio and expand your technical skills as you work with clients in the community on film, audio, music, design and gaming projects. At the end of the apprenticeship, you will showcase your work at the Portfolio Fair and have the opportunity to receive feedback from industry professionals. 

Apprentices who complete a fall or spring session will have the opportunity to apply for a summer paid internship with a local media company (such as recording, design or film production studios). Applications will be accepted beginning in May.


  • Client Video Projects – work with non-profits in SLC creating promo/commercial spot for their webpages and grants
  • Personal Narrative – Create a piece that tells audiences about what drives you as a creative and sets you apart from others
  • Community Spotlight – Create a short documentary that tells us something special about your community. Highlight local businesses, events, or people that deserve recognition.
  • You will gain face-to-face feedback from professionals looking to hire for their film projects.


  • Community Client Project – create design work for local non- profits.  Learn to work with clients, set timelines, work in a group setting and independently.
  • Build a portfolio, resume, and social media presence to establish yourself as a working artist. Work with online web building programs to help put your best foot forward in the artistic world.


  • Learn how to turn ideas/concepts into songs with structure.
  • Learn production techniques on industry-standard software (ProTools) currently used by professionals in the music industry.
  • Increase your potential as a recording artist, both individually and with a team.
  • Learn how to mic/record live instruments and produce them in Ableton Live.
  • Mixing/mastering techniques, including how to mix both electronic and live instruments together.



Apprenticeship Program

Mondays & Wednesdays 4 – 6 PM

Ages 14 - 19


Interview Session
This class requires attending an Interview Session with the program mentor prior to the start of class. This is a great way for us to get to know you a little bit better. And, for you to learn more about the program you are applying for. The Interview Sessions are the perfect time for you to ask questions and to gain a better understanding of the expectations of the class. You will be notified of the Interview Session by the mentors via email and/or phone. If you are not able to attend, you must arrange to meet with the mentors at an alternate time. If you have any questions, please give us a call at 801-532-7500.

Interview Session: TBD

Current and Upcoming Sessions

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