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Meet a Mentor assistant and AND Alumnus, Kimberley Nyamhondera gives us a roundup of round 2
SLP mentee Mandy tells us more about her journey into the creative industries
Struggling to see how to diversify your talent pool?
Creativity Works: Fashion 2017 makes its debut this week
Stefan is a freelance comic artist and illustrator.
SLP mentee Dilek gives us a little introduction into her life
Dilek Osman, Creativity Works Film alumni, tells us how she helped create 'Common'
Caroline Taylor, an SLP mentor and founder of Silverspace Pillows, tells us why mentoring is so beneficial
SLP mentee Patrice gives us a little introduction into her life
Elizabeth Benjamin, gives us a roundup of her talk at the second SLP mentor meeting
Top tips for proofreading your CV (and other important written content)
Meet a Mentor assistant and AND Alumnus, Kimberley Nyamhondera, gives us the inside scoop on SLP
Andy McWilliam, a Berkeley Group mentor, tells us about his experience of mentoring on Creativity Works Film
BCE's Digital Marketing Apprentice, Alex Parchment, muses on things he wishes he knew when he first started his apprenticeship.
Shana Laurent, Creativity Works Film alumni, talks us through her best moments on the course
Creativity Works: Film has come to a close
Raiché Mederick, Creativity Works alumni, is awarded Young Londoner of the Year 2016
Struggling to come with up your next great idea?
Create Jobs managed to get 30 tickets for the Skepta showcase at the V&A
Jess Ryan-Ndegwa, Creativity Works Design alumni, gives us her top tips for a great portfolio
Brendan Lyons, Creativity Works Design alumni, gives us an insight into his journey
Anna Cray, Creativity Works alumni, shares her journey with us
Jess Ryan-Ndegwa, Creativity Works Design alumni, tells us about her journey with Fixperts
Jess Ryan-Ndegwa, Creativity Works Design alumni, shares her experience of #LifeHacks
Highlights from Jamal Edwards' interview at #LifeHacks
Luul Hussein, Creativity Works alumni and founder of Network & Chill, gives us the low-down.
CMO at Microsoft UK, Paul Davies, was one of the guest speakers at the Create Jobs & NME LifeHacks event. Read what he thought of the event.
Our #LifeHacks event, in partnership with NME, finally came to fruition last Thursday!
Find a room full of people intimidating? Hate the idea of selling yourself?
Musicians give us their best #LifeHacks advice
If you haven't got your ticket already, you better get one quick! Last few tickets available!
Thinking about a career in design? Or have a head for research? Why not think about UX?
Want to smash that interview?
Want help with writing a great CV?
Want some quick steps to standing out at work?
The 19th July was not only one of the hottest days this year but it also marked the first #LDNXY event!
D&AD have pulled together advice from top WPP agencies on how to get your foot in the door following a placement
Bemi was one of our recent Creativity Works graduates. Read her round up of the programme below...
As the programme draws to a close, we share the thoughts of a few of the participants
One of the highlights of the festivals and events programme was Love Supreme where our participants got to rub shoulders with the stars!
Create Jobs are very excited to present #LifeHacks, an event for talented young adults, in collaboration with NME
Are creative industries actually inclusive when it comes to young people living with disabilities?
Mel shares what she's learnt so far on the current Creativity Works programme.
The participants got to help out at Field Day festival - here's what they thought of the event...
#LifeHacks are looking for 4 emerging illustrators or graphic designers who are interested in gaining great industry-based experience and exposure.
Young people interested in the creative and cultural industries need tailored, knowledgeable and inspirational careers advice.
Read how Andre has gone on to successfully find work in the creative sector, plus he reveals his top tips for other young creatives.
If you’re 18-24 years old and interested in getting into festivals and events, then shake a leg and sign up to our last recruitment session!
We asked Revell a few questions about his Creativity Works journey and ambitions for the future.
Create Jobs Partnerships Manager, Sumi Ejiri, gives the lowdown on the new programme that's kicking down the doors for women Creatives
Create Jobs' Louise Barnell talks about why it's important to focus on helping young Londoners gain employment within the creative industries, how Create Jobs is helping, and how organisations can get involved.