Youth Opportunities Four Corners - ZOOM: Futures in Creative Media - FREE Training - Deadline 14 November ZOOM is a practical, industry-level training scheme in digital video production. The next course begins January 2017 offering: •6 weeks training including production of a short film •Open College Network credits at Levels 1-2 •Job search, interview techniques & cv writing •Mentoring by industry specialists •Travel/childcare costs Who is it for? You must: •Live in Tower Hamlets •Be unemployed, or low waged / claiming some benefits •Be aged 18–30 (we will consider older people) •We particularly welcome applications from women and people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds. Roundhouse - Roundhouse Bloggers - Training - Deadline 1st November Interested in blogging or journalism? Want to build your online portfolio by blogging for the Roundhouse? With support from a professional editor, you’ll learn how to: Pitch ideas, Conduct research Write engaging blog pieces around two briefs set by the Roundhouse’s marketing team. Your content will be published on their website visited by more than one million every year! Previous bloggers have interviewed headline and emerging artists and more. Tuesdays, 7-9pm 15 Nov - 20 Dec Age Range: 18 - 25 Cost: £15 Peabody - Apprenticeships Fair - Deadline 17th November About to leave school or aged 16-24? Considering your career options? Interested in earning while you learn? Interested in meeting employers? If yes, why not tell them to come along to Peabody’s Apprenticeship Fair & make a great impression to employers! Interested in attending, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 3828 3589 Details of the session: Date: Thursday 17th November 2016 Time: 10:00am – 4.00pm Location: Hugh Cubitt Centre, 48 Collier Street, London N1 9QZ British Library - Paid Traineeship - Deadline January 2017 Cultural Cooperation’s SOCL programme exists to increase workforce diversity across the heritage sector by enabling young people from sections of the population historically under-represented at decision-making levels in UK heritage receive paid training within its institutions. At the end of the traineeship young people will come away with a QCF Diploma in Cultural Heritage, Level 3.