When is the course?
Saturday 19th & 20th January, 10:00am-4.30pm.
Who is this course for?
*The Start and Grow Enterprise Start-up Weekend is for you if..
- You have a business idea you’re itching to turn into reality
- You have the germ of a business idea in your head and want to explore it more with other business owners
- You’re in full time work and have ambitions to start your own business
- You’re based in Gloucestershire.
When is the course?
Looking for an internship? Interested in starting out in Fashion and Design?
Based in Stroud, Madia & Matilda is a small start up Fashion label with an interest in Luxury Vintage and Sustainable British Fashion. As the company is growing, there are a number of fantastic opportunities to work and assist the designer and to gain brilliant experience with an insight into the fashion industry.Read More
If you are looking to begin a career in events, festivals or arts marketing then this is an ideal opportunity. We are seeking an enthusiastic individual to gain valuable marketing, events and arts management experience by supporting the delivery of Gloucester Guildhall, Blackfriars and Strike a Light programmes.Read More
Interested in being a Creative Apprentice in Gloucestershire? There are four more job opportunities available in May. Don't miss out!Read More
Cheltenham Festivals is looking for a Fundraising intern to join their team. If you are looking to begin a career in arts fundraising or event management then look no further.Read More
An exciting opportunity has arisen at Art Shape for an apprenticeship. The apprentice will work alongside Art Shape’s 3 Project Managers to help with all aspects of Art Shape’s diverse range of projects. Art Shape is a charitable organisation that works to enable those with barriers to mainstream participation such as learning or physical disabilities access the arts throughout the county of Gloucestershire.Read More
The Josh Edmonds Memorial Scheme is an annual opportunity for young people in Gloucestershire to win a months internship at the MOS. It was set up in 2013 to honour the memory of Josh Edmonds who studied at Cirencester College and then went on to work as a video producer for the Ministry of Sound.Read More
Gloucester Museums Service is seeking to acquire a trainee fundraiser on a six month internship to work closely with the Museum Manager and Gloucestershire Museum Development Officer, researching and writing funding applications in order to secure grants for improvements to the service. Gloucester Museums Service is part of Gloucester City Council.Read More
Here’s a brilliant opportunity for a highly-organised, switched-on & enthusiastic, self-motivated individual (ideally a recent graduate) to work in one of the UK’s most playful, excitable and highly-regarded small arts organisations. Prema’s Arts Administration Intern will play a much-needed and appreciated key role within the arts centre’s small and friendly team. You will be based mainly in the administration office, supporting and liaising with your colleagues to ensure the seamless day-to-day running of this busy and popular arts centre.Read More
3 exciting internship positions in Sales and Marketing with The Wilson and Cheltenham Town Hall. Don't miss out - deadline Friday 5 February 2016.Read More
Cheltenham Festivals are looking for a paid Festival Internship, as part of the Creative Employment Programme. Deadline: 19 February 2016.Read More
Neil Carmichael, MP visited Hawkwood to meet with Create Gloucestershire Director Pippa Jones, interns employed at Hawkwood and other employers to hear about the Creative Employment Programme.Read More
Do you work with young people? Are they interested in finding out how to get their first step onto the career ladder in the arts and cultural sector or, secure work experience in the arts in Gloucestershire?Read More
It is a busy time for our Creative Careers programme, which is giving a new generation of young people in Gloucestershire a first step into the creative industries.
The programme is working - six of the original interns and apprentices who have completed their placements, have been offered paid work with their current employers. This is not only good news for the young person, its great news for the sector as we diversify and refresh the talent pool.
Seven more young people have recently been recruited as interns and apprentices at Taurus Crafts, Artspace Cinderford, New Brewery Arts, Stroud Valleys Arts (SVA) and Wychwood Arts.Read More
Create Gloucestershire is pleased to announce that 3 more new intern and apprenticeship jobs, supported through the Creative Employment Programme (CEP), are now live. The roles have been made possible by a second successful application to CEP, a £15m Arts Council England fund delivered by Creative and Cultural Skills, through which 23 new employment opportunities have been created and are being rolled out over the next 12 months.Read More
Create Gloucestershire is pleased to announce that 8 new intern and apprenticeship jobs, supported through the Creative Employment Programme (CEP), are now live.Read More
Following on from the success of our current Creative Careers work, Create Gloucestershire is pleased to announce that it has secured investment of just under £55,000 to create 23 more new employment opportunities in the cultural sector for 18-24 year olds. These will open up new entry routes into Britain’s fastest growing industry at a time when many young people are struggling to get a foothold in the world of work.Read More