'New Deal of the Mind' are Recruiting for Paid Trainee Placements with Independent Production Companies

October 18th, 2012

 CREATIVE ACCESS OPPORTUNITIES OPEN NOW!

New Deal of the Mind is delighted to be working with, Creative Access, established in April 2012 to provide opportunites for paid internships in the creative industries for young people from under-represented black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds. The industries covered include: FILM,ADVERTISING, PERFORMING ARTS, PUBLISHING, JOURNALISM, TV and RADIO. The scheme is being sponsored by the CEOs of many of the UK’s leaders in these fields (including ITV, Channel 4, Wall to Wall, HarperCollins, All3Media, Studio Lambert, Shine, Fresh One, Somethin’ Else, Two Four Media, Juniper TV, Mentorn etc) and will offer more than 300 internships / graduate roles in 2012-13.

WHAT WILL I GAIN FROM JOINING OUR CREATIVE ACCESS NETWORK?

You will receive information and access to:

More than 300 internships / graduate roles in the creative industries in 2012 – 2013.
Support from NDotM Staff including; creative sector employability skills workshops, help and advice to increase your chance of job success and mock interviews if you are selected by a Creative Access Partner for an interview.
Networking with other Creative Access members and information sessions covering all of the work of NDotM and the realities of working in the creative sector.

HOW DO I GET INVOLVED?

If you are new to NDotM or have just heard about Creative Access do not fear! There is still time to get involved.
All you need to do is send an e-mail to creative.jobs@newdealofthemind.com and answer a short questionnaire (it will only take 5 minutes to complete). Once this has been received, you will be forwarded to current Creative Access opportunities.
Please do all have your C.V’s up to date and ready to send to us at NDotM. If you are interested in the roles on offer you will be required to supply this at short notice!

If you know of others that may be interested in the scheme please feel free to pass this information on.

Eligibility – the scheme is open to all ethnic minorities.

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