Transforming hidden talent: apply for creative media mentoring from the BBC and more!

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Is working in creative media your dream career? Apply now for mentoring from some of the biggest names in media! Deadlines: Nov/Dec 2018

Are you aged 16-25? Do you live in the London, Birmingham or Manchester area? Is a creative media job your dream career? If so, you’re in luck. Read on…

The Media Trust are now accepting applications for their Transforming Hidden Talent mentoring programme. If you’re one of the 100 successful candidates taken on each year, you’ll get money-can’t-buy mentoring from the likes of Channel 4, the BBC, Turner, and MediaCom.

Why is this an amazing opportunity?

You might be really keen to work in a creative media career but you haven’t found the right opportunity yet, or you’re not sure where to start. The Tranforming Hidden Talent mentoring programme connects you to professionals inside the industry. You’ll get media masterclasses as well as employability training from UK Youth. On top of one-to-one personalised career support you’ll get help with developing your CV, preparing for interviews and the opportunity to practice networking skills, whilst making new contacts within the media industry.

What do you need to apply?

You don’t need media experience. You don’t need to be from any specific background. You just need to have a passion for a creative media career, be aged 16-25 and live in the London, Birmingham or Manchester area.

Apply now for the Transforming Hidden Talents Mentoring Programme


Manchester: Tuesday 6th November 5 pm 

Birmingham: Monday 12th November 5 pm 

London: Tuesday 4th December 5pm

Fill in the application form

Maia took part in Media Trust and Comic Relief’s Transforming Hidden Talent programme and shares her experience.

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