Creative Access becomes a not-for-profit social enterprise
We are delighted to announce that Creative Access has now become a not-for-profit social enterprise (officially known as a CIC or Community Interest Company).
We will continue to recruit, train and support interns as before, but will be charging a small fee to companies in order to cover some of our costs.
We are thrilled that so many previous Creative Access partners are continuing to work with us, including all our founding members, ITV, Pan Macmillan, Hachette, the National Theatre, Tate, Betty, Arrow Media and CPL Productions. We are also enormously grateful to the Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation for awarding us a grant of £45,000 over three years. This will enable us to build on the extraordinary success of Creative Access (the charity) in placing over 700 BAME interns with more than 260 media and creative organisations.
For further information on subscription packages and one-off recruitment, please email the team.