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 helps young people from BAME and lower-socioeconomic backgrounds to find roles in the creative industries, already operates nationally, and the British publishing industry needs to follow suit.”
The full article can be accessed here.