How we help Creative Job Studio "This is exactly what is needed for new people trying to get into the industry." - Creative Job Studio participant The Creative Job Studio is a new space for young people from diverse backgrounds to meet employers, chat about skills development and network with other creatives. From friendly drop-ins and careers days, to a programme of open discussions and artistic events, it provides a fresh platform for unheard voices and opens the door to hidden talents. 'The Creative Job Studio is the culmination of nearly 10 years of working with young people hoping to break into the creative industries. CJS turns the traditional model of the Jobcentre on its head and provides an inspirational space where creative people can meet employers, receive meaningful careers guidance, and showcase their creative talents.' Martin Bright, Founder & CEO, Creative Society BOOK NOW Thursday 25 July Meet the Creative Industries Drop In: Music Thursday 22 August Creative Job Studio: Film GET INVOLVED Callout for young filmmakers to submit short films to be screened at Somerset House FIND OUT MORE Listen to the Creative Job Studio Podcast Find out what happened at our Creative Job Studio X Now Play This Special Read Martin Bright's Guardian article on where the Creative Job Studio idea came from Look at past events USEFUL STATS Our evaluation in 2018 showed that 67% of attendees were BAME 78% of young people discovered information about careers previously unknown 33% of employers had never engaged or engaged less than once in six months with new, young and BAME talent 92% of participants felt more confident about pursuing a career in the creative industries after attending one of our events 100% of the creative industries employers who attended our events said that they would like to attend another event in the future in order to connect with young creatives If you'd like to find out more about the Creative Job Studio, get in touch with [email protected] The Creative Job Studio in London is run in partnership with Somerset House and is funded by the Arts Council.