Through mentorship, we empower young creatives with information and human connection to better understand the types of career paths available to them.
Knowing the creative industry is there; understanding sectors & roles; recognizing it as an option and an attractive place to be.
Being able to get a foot into the door; get an interview, meeting the right people; being referred or approached.
How to grow & develop, what career paths and opportunities are there and how to make the most of them.
but opportunities are not.
We're on a mission to change that by removing barriers of overcoming discrimination or marginalisation. From culture, to race, gender, neurodiversity, sexual orientation - the creative work of the future hinges on the brilliance of diversity of thought and experiences.
The combined amount of creative vacancies in the UK that are filled by black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) candidates.Source
Only 11.4% of creative jobs are filled by black, asian and minority ethnic people, and just 11.5% of creative directors in the US are women.Source
Creatives cite 'lack of awareness of creative professions' as a barrier to a creative education or career.Source