No. No previous experience or skills are required. This program aims to show you how to explore your creativity and see all the things that you can create with it.
No. Noggin is a learning servicemade with preschoolers in mind. Therefore, any project developed during the program must follow the same principle.
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No. Noggin will provide each of the participants with hardware and software to develop their content piece.
Yes. Participants must be 18-24 years old by the time their application form is submitted.
Most of the program will be held on remote sessions via Zoom or similar, but there will be a couple of events where participants will have the opportunity to visit the Nickelodeon studios and offices.
Yes. All participants will be placed in a paid residency with Noggin for the duration of the program.
LA County will assist in screening participants who qualify for a residency wage subsidy.
Participants will have access to different types of content development and production mentorship during the 8 week program. This includes assigned Noggin staff mentors and peer-to-peer support.
Participants whose projects are not selected for further development will receive portfolio building and additional mentorship and guidance on soft and hard professional skills.
All participants will receive additional job readiness and skill development support through mentorship and project-based learning detailed above. Additional support will include: Interviewing, mock interviews, communication, resume creation, social skills, time management, organization, problem-solving, and career counseling.
The team who created the project selected by the executive team will get the opportunity to engage with the Noggin team to keep developing the project in the future, with details to be defined by both parties.
Noggin is the learning service from the experts at Nick Jr., bringing over 30+ years of preschool edutainment experience into a smart and fun tool for kids ages 2–7.