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Brighter Prospects with Creative Access

Brighter Prospects with Creative Access

Prospects is a platform where you can find graduate jobs, postgraduate study, advice about work experience, internship opportunities and graduate careers. They have featured us in their latest career guide with a quote on diversity in the creative sector from Josie, our CEO: “We know that people from different backgrounds find it harder to crak the […]

Case Study: First-hand experience of Creative Access’ support

Case Study: First-hand experience of Creative Access’ support

As the new university term rolls in, Prospects, a careers and advice platform for students, have recently published a case study demonstrating Creative Access’ role in the development of one student’s television career in her post-grad life… “Creative Access is the biggest support network and I wouldn’t have felt able, or good enough to set […]

HarrisonParrott, celebrates its 50th anniversary reports Classical Music

HarrisonParrott, celebrates its 50th anniversary reports Classical Music

Classical Music, the current affairs magazine for the classical music industry, reports that Creative Access employer partner, HarrisonParrott, celebrated its 50th anniversary by taking over London’s Southbank Centre for ’50 Years in a Day’, a day of concerts, talks and pop-up performances. The day also celebrated the launch of the HarrisonParrott Foundation and its work […]

BBC Studios publishes Gender Pay Gap Report

BBC Studios publishes Gender Pay Gap Report

Advanced Television reports that BBC Studios has published its UK Gender Pay Gap Report. This includes an action plan for the forthcoming year highlights specific initiatives designed to boost the diversity of the business. These including working Creative Access to bring under-represented talent into the industry. For the full article, see here.  

British fashion exploits, celebrates and fetishises the Working Class

British fashion exploits, celebrates and fetishises the Working Class

Hot off the heels of London Fashion week, leading publication, the Business of Fashion reports on British fashion’s ‘odd relationship’ with social class. The article looks at how a career in fashion is both hard work and financially precarious, but also leaves recruits from lower-income backgrounds at a distinct disadvantage. Creative Access Founder and Chief Executive, Josie […]

Latest Siewcharran grant recipients announced by Book Brunch

Latest Siewcharran grant recipients announced by Book Brunch

Book Brunch, the publishing trade’s daily news magazine reports on Creative Access’ latest administration of The Mo Siewcharran fund to Oneworld Publications, the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond and Theatre Deli in Sheffield. Publisher at Oneworld, Juliet Mabey said: “We are thrilled to be partnering with Creative Access, who have been such a brilliant force working […]

Finding the X Factor – A call to action by Natalie Jerome

Finding the X Factor – A call to action by Natalie Jerome

In response to the survey of Creative Access interns and alumni in conjunction with in The Bookseller, Publisher and Creative Access Advisory Board member, Natalie Jerome lays down a challenge for the publishing industry. Calling for more employment from a wider range of backgrounds into positions, she goes on to say: “Creative Access, the social enterprise that […]

First steps on a long journey – Broadcast’s conversation about diversity

First steps on a long journey – Broadcast’s conversation about diversity

“It’s not just about what we do but who we partner with. We are not specialists at this, we are broadcasters. ITV works with Creative Access, for example, which has expertise at recruiting BAME people into the industry and has recently broadened its focus to include people from a socially disadvantaged background.” Ade Rawcliffe, Head of […]