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The MAMA Youth Project recruits, trains and nurtures young people between 18-25 years of age from under-represented groups or with limited educational or employment opportunities. The website provides information on training programmes within the media industry.
Charity that exists to encourage black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) graduates to pursue a career in communications. They run an annual PR training programme, plus internship and mentoring programmes.
Deliver free training and mentoring to young people through a range of initiatives. Some programmes are specifically aimed at young people from diverse backgrounds who are underrepresented in the UK screen industries
Organisation which provides early career support and free advertising courses to 18-25 year olds from under-represented groups in the media industries, e.g. multi-cultural, working class, females, neurodiverse.
An award-winning global consultancy partnering with clients across the sector from creative, media, PR, recruitment, technology, brands and the UK government on inclusive culture change. Runs the CreativeComeback programmes, which work with creatives to bring them back to work after career breaks.
Provider of journalism training, accreditation and professional exams. The website has information on qualifications in journalism (including apprenticeships), training courses (including distance learning and workshops), and funding for people from diverse backgrounds.
Awards bursaries to people from diverse backgrounds to help cover the costs of National Council for the Training of Journalists (NCTJ) course fees and/or living expenses. Recipients are also paired with a working journalist to mentor them throughout their studies.