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Hearst UK launches new mentoring programme with Creative Access for under-represented communities

One of the first outlets to cover the launch of this new mentorship Hearst UK is launching with Creative Access was PR Week.

The six-month-long scheme aims to provide insight into opportunities in the media, publishing, and PR sectors. Hearst UK has a long history of publishing many successful titles, including Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping, and more. Now they are taking their success further by teaming with Creative Access to help give those who are under-represented in the creative sectors the chance to learn more about what’s available for them. It will also include training and guidance from the PR and comms team, individual mentoring, workshop sessions, and potential attendance at events. The overall aim is to help improve diversity within the PR and Magazine sectors.

Along with being featured for PR Week, the story was covered elsewhere, including on the InPublishing website, PPA, and Diary Directory.