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J.K. Rowling backs Killer Women’s Mentoring Scheme

J.K. Rowling backs Killer Women’s Mentoring Scheme

Leading trade publication for the publishing industry, The Bookseller reports on female crime writing group Killer Women’s new Mentoring Scheme which is supported by Creative Access, Arts Council England, The Good Literary Agency and a range of others. The initiative is designed to support emerging authors from BAME and working-class backgrounds and is endorsed by J […]

The National Student reports on the success of Creative Access

The National Student reports on the success of Creative Access

    The National Student highlights Creative Access’ latest achievement of placing its 1,000th intern and discusses the impact the organisation has made in terms of creating a more diverse workforce, featuring interviews with Josie Dobrin and intern number 1,000 Patricia from the Royal Society of Literature. The article can be read online here.

Arts Professional celebrates Creative Access achievements

Arts Professional celebrates Creative Access achievements

Arts Professional reports on Creative Access’s achievements since it was established in 2012. The piece features Director of the National Theatre, Rufus Norris and former intern at the Royal Shakespeare Company, Anthony Lee, now Digital Manager at the Young Vic. The report can be read online here.

Access your creative side!

Access your creative side!

We are delighted to be featured in the online publication of BAME – The Education & Careers Guide – Issue 2 which highlights the need for Creative Access in terms of championing diversity and equal representation in the creative industries. You can read more about it here. (Please refer to pages 56 – 7).

Creative Access impact hailed as it places 1,000th intern

Creative Access impact hailed as it places 1,000th intern

The Bookseller, top trade publication for the publishing industry, reports on Creative Access’s latest milestone, including comments from Anthony Forbes-Watson at Pan Macmillan and Stephen Page from Faber & Faber.  You can read the article online at The Bookseller here or in full here.

​Creative Access reaches 1,000th trainee milestone

​Creative Access reaches 1,000th trainee milestone

Leading trade publication for the television and radio industry Broadcast, covers our announcement of placing our 1,000th trainee in the creative industries. The article reports on how Creative Access have now forged ties with more than 400 companies while overseeing the placements, which are given to trainees from BAME and lower socio-economic backgrounds. You can read it via […]

Five tips for breaking into broadcast

Five tips for breaking into broadcast

Whether you are a journalism student or a budding broadcaster with no experience, Hiba Hassan from the University of the Arts London gives advice on how to get that dream job behind the microphone, including a name check for Creative Access. Read the article on Journalism.co.uk here.