The program.

With the guidance of a dedicated mentor, you'll learn the process behind how we craft digital experiences, collaborate across disciplines, and hone your craft in a unique studio environment. We designed each aspect of the program to help accelerate the professional development of career-changers and individuals early in their careers. We’re committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, and we are eager for people from underrepresented groups to apply.

The perks.

  • Exposure to the best clients around — including nonprofits, startups, and Fortune 500 companies.
  • Inspiring co-workers that will leave you in awe, like advocates for accessibility and speakers at industry events, just to name a few.
  • Fun social events, like game and trivia nights, happy hours, and book clubs, which you can participate in whether you're working in an office or remotely.
  • Total compensation of $6,000.

The must-haves.

We're looking for someone who is ambitious about their emerging career in the tech industry and passionate about producing great work.

You should be receptive to feedback, excited to learn new things, and interested in solving problems with clients. The strongest candidate is eager to collaborate on cross-functional teams and is ready to get outside their comfort zone.

The roles.

We offered the following roles for Fall 2021, but the deadline to apply has passed. Use the links below to learn more about each role.

The stories.

Get to know the program by learning the stories of our alumni. More than twenty people have completed an apprenticeship at Viget and are now flourishing in careers at agencies, start-ups, and product companies around the country. Meet a few of them below.

Diamond Alexander

Following a degree in food science and a stint as a cooking show contestant, Diamond decided to trade chefware for CSS and complete her master’s in design. She joined Viget as a Front-End Developer Apprentice for our Fall 2019 cohort and is currently a Product Designer at AdvicePay. She says, “Being a part of the Viget Apprenticeship was the single best thing I could've done to bridge the gap between my design education and starting in a full-time role.” Check out her advice on finding your rhythm in a new job here.

Ginnie Hench

After a decade working in life science research (and a PhD), curiosity drove Ginnie to explore web development. She enrolled in an immersive developer bootcamp and discovered the joy of experimenting with code before joining Viget as a Developer Apprentice in our Winter 2018 cohort. Ginnie is currently a Systems Analyst in Bioinformatics at RTI International. Read more about Ginnie’s experience as a Developer Apprentice here.

Becky Radnaev

After studying literature and journalism, Becky worked in newsrooms in London, Paris, Beijing, and San Francisco. Becky was largely self-taught as she transitioned from journalism to UX. She was looking for more practical experience to go along with her theoretical knowledge, and she joined Viget as UX Designer Apprentice in the winter of 2019. She is currently a UX Designer at Viget. Read more about Becky’s apprenticeship and career transition here.

Ben Modayil

After exploring careers in film, photography, and audio production, Ben discovered his love for web design and development. Ben started as an intern at Viget soon after completing his undergraduate education and then continued as a Front-End Developer Apprentice in the Fall 2017 cohort. He is currently a Front-End Developer at Cadent.

Our thoughts.


For our Fall 2021 program, we're offering both in-office and remote roles. As one factor of many in our evaluation process, we'll take into account geographic proximity to our offices and time zone compatibility with our Advisors.