National Apprenticeship Week kicks off – get involved!
This week, employers employees, and of course apprentices across England and Scotland will come together to shout about the value of apprentices to the UK workplace. The week celebrates the work of apprentices across sectors in... (read more)
is an arts employment charity that helps young people into jobs in the creative and cultural industries.
“It’s built my confidence, and it’s nice to actually have a definite income. It’s good to have that financial security.”
Creative Placements: Working with organisations across the country to put young people into work (more...)
Right Futures: Creative opportunities across London for young people aged between 16-19 (more...)
Creative Access: Paid internships in the creative industries for young people from under-represented black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds (more...)
Haringey Jobs Fund: 50 new jobs in the arts for young unemployed Haringey residents (more...)
Digital Domesday: Creating a digital snapshot of Britain’s past – and jobs for young unemployed people (more...)
Culture Quarter Programme: Collaborating with the West End's major cultural organisations on Creative Placements (more...)
Pinewood Academy: Opportunities at the heart of the UK film industry... (more...)
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Ed Miliband and Matthew Hancock hire apprentices from the Parliamentary Academy.
The Labour leader and the minister for apprenticeships are part of a new group of MPs to hire an apprentice through The Parliamentary Academy, Parliament ’s first apprentice school. The scheme was setup in 2011 by youth empl... (read more)
No substitute for work paid work experience
There is no substitute for real experience of the world of work says arts employment charity The Creative Society (formerly New Deal of the Mind). Unemployment figures out today show that youth unemployment has now broken through ... (read more)