New Deal of the Mind has become The Creative Society
Since founder and CEO Martin Bright wrote the article that kick-started our work, the concept of a New Deal of the Mind has provided a mutually rewarding service in which creative organisations and businesses have directly benefitted from the creation of over 1000 sustainable jobs for young people.
As our work has evolved however, we’ve had to evolve with it, and now need a new way to better reflect the positive outcomes that we as New Deal of the Mind have helped to shape.
We are therefore evolving our brand to become known as The Creative Society with a mission to build and support the creative economy.
Look out for changes across our social media sites – coming very soon.
See below for 10 fantastic opportunities in fashion, dance and art administration. Job sites we have found particularly useful and recommend registering with are, Arts Job On line, Guardian Jobs, Arts Hub, and Arts Culture Media Jobs.
Rate: £21 000
Contract: Full Time
Closing date: 21 October
The Parliamentary Academy is a properly structured recruitment path to work in Parliament accessible to all young adults, regardless of background.
This 10 month, paid apprenticeship scheme, gives you the opportunity to work in an MP’s office. Combining ‘on the job’ training with a formal qualification in Business and Administration.
Recruitment for Parliamentary Academy apprentices is well under way. We have received a large number of applications, but it’s not too late to get yours in. So, if you are aged 16-24, with a keen interest in politics and would like to apply, please see how below.
Starting this week New Deal of the Mind is supporting a collective of exciting projects on the ground-breaking WeDidThis crowdfunding site for the arts.
We believe that the imagination of the UK’s young artists should be supported by similarly imaginative funding models, and that everyone, regardless of background, should have access to support in their creative careers. This is why we’re backing WeDidThis, and the film-makers, designers and musicians in our collective.
Check out the projects here. If one interests you, please donate and spread the word!
The number of 18-24 year olds out of work has risen to 973,000, not far short of a million. Unemployment among this age group is increasing at a faster rate than for any other group. Young people now account for more than one in three of all unemployed people. If the Opposition wanted to reproduce the 1979 Tory campaign poster of a line of out-of-work people, the age profile would make it look remarkably like the Friday night queue outside a popular music venue. (more…)
See below for 10 fantastic opportunities in fashion, dance and art administration. Job sites we have found particularly useful and recommend registering with are, Arts Job On line, Guardian Jobs, Arts Hub, and Arts Jobs.
Organisation: Transworld Publishing
Rate: Dependant on Experience
Contract: Full Time
Closing date: 19 September