The Creative employment programme fund is now open for employers to apply for funding for wage contributions for apprentices and paid internships.

Below are a selection of the organisations who have been funded through the Creative employment programme.

Working with Job Centre Plus

Organisations creating paid internships with funding from the Creative employment programme are required to advertise these posts at their local Jobcentre Plus. This ensures they are accessible to the nearly one million 18 to 24 year olds in the UK who are currently unemployed.

Working with Job Centre Plus

Telford Wrekin Music Education Hub

The music education hub in Telford and Wrekin Council applied to the Creative employment programme to create four creative apprenticeships for young people within the local authority and its arts venues.

Telford Wrekin Music Education Hub

Suffolk County Council

Bringing together 33 local arts and cultural sector employers into a consortium to create 80 Creative Employment Programme funded apprenticeships and paid internships, Suffolk County Council have been able to address youth unemployment and diversify the area's creative workforce.

Suffolk County Council

London Theatre Consortium

London Theatre Consortium (LTC) is a consortium of 13 of London's leading producing theatres: Almeida Theatre, Battersea Arts Centre, Bush Theatre, Donmar Wharehouse, Greenwich Theatre, Hampstead Theatre, Lyric Hammersmith, Royal Court Theatre, Soho Theatre, Theatre Royal Stratford East, Tricycle Theatre, Unicorn Theatre and Young Vic.

London Theatre Consortium

Cockpit Arts Consortium

The UK's only creative business incubator for designer-makers is using the Creative employment programme to support its studio-holders through the process of taking on their first employee and growing their micro businesses.

Cockpit Arts Consortium

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