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An overview of this area of work from Prospects. Information on types of jobs, entry requirements, career development, top employers, and trends in the sector. Includes case studies on people working in the sector.
Information about MOD graduate recruitment initiatives including MOD Fast Stream, Defence Engineering and Science Group (DESG) and Defence Commercial Graduate Programme.
An online job site which aims to connects people to employers who place high importance on a mixed staff population. Opportunities are available within the media and entertainment industries.
An organisation set up to offer opportunities in the creative industries for young people from under-represented black, Asian and other minority ethnic backgrounds (BAME.) A number of paid internships are advertised on the site, as well as jobs. There is also a section of case studies.
Careers information website offering career sector information, job profiles, application advice, interview tips and information about graduate schemes and alternative job options. Includes an online jobs board which advertises graduate jobs, internships and placements.
A series of short YouTube videos created by senior UCL Careers Consultants, covering key topics such as CVs, video interviews, cover letters, career motivation, postgraduate study and many more. Subscribe to the channel for regular updates.
News and vacancies for IT. The Women in Technology Network is now managed via social media.
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