Apprenticeships provide a career pathway where both
career starters and employers benefit. You don’t have to choose between learning and doing – you can do both.
A time-honored practice – especially in the arts and skilled trades – apprenticeships allow workers to learn through doing. Apprentices work alongside professionals, earn wages, and do real work, while also training in the theory and craft behind it. When you complete an apprenticeship, you’ll have the experience and relationships you need to continue and advance in the field.
Apprenticeships help career starters develop their skills in design thinking, teamwork, and communication to enter the workforce with applicable professional experience.
Work directly with professionals in the field to learn critical design skills and shape your individual design practice.
Experience is priceless, which is why apprentices work on real projects with real stakes.
Apprenticeships build your connections and credibility to create a resume you can take anywhere.
Build your skills, your network, and your resume – while getting paid for your work.
User Experience (UX) Designers work as a part of a team with experienced designers to develop software and hardware products that are simple and intuitive. This requires learning a combination of research, prototyping, testing, and cross-discipline collaboration.
As Timberland Design evolves, we will boast an industry-leading design community and an agile, inclusive creator culture that is grounded in creativity, progressive thinking, and collaboration.
Data Driven Design’s team will teach you real life digital strategy skills that are applicable to any industry or vertical. We also give you access to our client and partner relationship network to expand your possible placement possibilities for a new full-time job after completing our apprenticeship program.
We’re looking for design mentors who can share their experience and knowledge to support career starters as they gain the skills and expertise they need to reach their full potential.