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Latest News Head Start in the Arts: Become an Apprentice at The Drum

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Head Start in the Arts: Become an Apprentice at The Drum

January 21st, 2014 2:45 pm

Get Into Creative Employment Fair 2014
Sat 25 Jan, 10am – 1pm
The Birmingham REP

Here at The Drum, we know that cultural experiences can change a person’s life, helping them learn new skills, discover talents of passions they never knew they had, and maybe even turn these passions to a career.

If you’re aged 16 – 24, unemployed, and have ever thought of taking up a career in Creative Arts, but haven’t know where to go or who to talk to, we invite you to attend the Get Into Creative Employment Fair on Sat 25 Jan, 10am1pm at The Birmingham REP, in association with Creative Alliance.

All attending the event will find out about the jobs available in theatre, dance, art, music and craft, the recruitment processes involved, and gain advice on how to apply as well as take part in CV and portfolio surgeries.

The Drum is proud to be a part of the 2014 Creative Employment Programme, supporting the creation of apprenticeship and internship opportunities for young unemployed wanting to pursue a career in the arts and cultural sector. Participants can gain valuable skills and experience to distinguish them to potential employers and help boost the start of their career in the sector.

Internship and Apprenticeship opportunities are available with major Birmingham arts organisations including Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham Museums Trust, Birmingham REP, Craftspace, DanceXchange and Sampad. The Drum will be offering positions to 7 Apprentices looking to gain experience in Marketing, Arts Programming, Technical, Finance, Customer Service and Administration, including HR and working with the Young People & Creative Learning Department.

“We are delighted to be working with Creative Alliance to provide such excellent opportunities for young people to get their first start in the arts. The Drum has always been at the heart of Birmingham’s creative community, and we are proud to be helping to develop the city’s next generation of arts workers.”Charles Small, CEO, The Drum

To find out more about the event, email Event Coordinator Jenny Duffin on jenny@creative-alliance.org.uk.  Visit the Facebook page Get into Creative Employment, follow on Twitter @GICE_Birmingham, or visit www.creative-employment.co.uk