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[London, Friday 7 October 2016] At today’s EVCOM Clarion Awards ceremony communications charity, Media Trust, collected three awards…Find out more
Charlene White, ITV News Presenter, ITN, andPatrick Harrison, Director of Reputation Management & Strategic Media Relations, Weber Shandwick…Find out more
Media Trust is teaming up with the media and creative industries to transform the hidden talent of 100 people aged 16-25 living in Birmingham, London and Manchester. And you could be one of them!
Whether you are looking for work or training within the creative industries the Transforming Hidden Talent programme aims to harness your creativity by building your skills, raising your professional profile and developing your personal brand.
Over 12 months you will be peer mentored by a professional from creative organisations that include Channel4, Weber Shandwick, ITV and Discovery Communications as well as attend monthly media masterclasses giving you a behind the scenes look into a creative organisation.
You don’t need any media experience to take part just commitment, drive and enthusiasm for developing your career!
Please remember that in order to take part you must be:
The programme is aimed at people who are unemployed, in part-time work or education and are actively seeking employment in the media and creative industries.
The Transforming Hidden Talent programme is funded by Comic Relief and The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Fund delivered by the Media Trust.