Technology Apprenticeship Program

Technology Apprenticeship Program

The Technology Apprenticeship Program (TAP) is a six-month program for recent college grads with an interest in broadcast technology/engineering. The program gives students a one-of-a-kind educational experience through paid, hands-on training at a radio or television station and exposure to the latest technology and advances in the industry.






Success Stories

  • Zipporah Mondy

    TAP 2018 Graduate

    “I have always been exposed to the technology and engineering parts of radio to a certain degree, but TAP was an opportunity for me to fully dive into engineering and focus my energy and attention on learning and understanding that part of radio more, I felt like we had a wonderful crash course of radio and television fundamentals during orientation at NAB Show.”


  • Rachel Torres

    TAP 2018 Graduate

    “My two months working as an engineer helped prepare me for those moments at my station today when I have to jump in and try to figure out the problem.”


  • Demetrius Allen-Green

    TAP 2018 Graduate

    “TAP and my experience during my apprenticeship definitely exposed me to how much technology is already in the industry and how much further we can go with it.”






The NAB Leadership Foundation thanks its Technology Apprenticeship Program sponsors:


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