Online Opportunities For Young People: April 2021 Part One


Online Opportunities For Young People: April 2021 Part One

We’ve gathered together all the latest opportunities for young people out there to give you skills, enhance your CV and keep you busy:


New Opportunities for young people: 


Manorfield Primary School are looking for an enthusiastic and talented Apprentice Artist who is passionate about art and its power educate and inspire children. Working alongside our Artist-in-Residence, and teaching team, our Apprentice Artist will work with children, parents and school staff to create excellent learning opportunities for children in and through art. For an application pack or an informal discussion, please e-mail Paul Jackson with details of the post you wish to apply for:  Deadline: 9am 12th April.

Split Banana are recruiting a creative communications and research wiz to help us to make fab content for promoting our services and for raising awareness around important issues concerning relationships and sex education (RSE). You do not need knowledge of RSE or the education world, just a willingness to be curious, creative and to get involved. We’re open to non-conventional experience and expertise. We don’t require any specific educational qualifications, but we do need evidence of creative design work. This could be a portfolio, your website, social media accounts you’ve set up or design work you’ve done for other projects. Deadline: 4th April midnight.

Screen Shot Media are recruiting eight new team members through the Government’s Kick-start Scheme! If you’re aged 16-24 and registered on universal basic credit in the UK we’d love to hear from you! To apply: Email with your CV and cover letter.

Legacy Youth Board | Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park are recruiting 18–24 year olds from Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest to join the Legacy Youth Board. The board help LLDC meet its regeneration objectives by giving a youth perspective on key strategic priorities. If you would like to join please complete this application form by 30th April 2021. This is a paid role.

ELAM is a full-time Industry Academy for 16-19 years olds interested in pursuing a career in Music, Film and Television Production and Games Design. Applications for September 2021 are now open!

Good Thinking provide a range of tools and apps to help manage sleeplessness, anxiety, stress, low mood and other feelings. This is a timely initiative to help empower young people to take control of their wellbeing.

Online opportunities for young people Credit: Mark Lukas

Credit: Mark Lukas

Old Opportunities for young people still open for application:


Why not improve or learn new skills during this third and hopefully final lockdown? The National Careers Service has given access to FREE courses to help individuals to learn new skills, such as Practical Maths, Computer Essentials, Coding, and more.

Partnership for Young London are running a survey open to 16-25s living in London to find out how young Londoners feel about issues including the pandemic, employment, housing and the media. There are over 50 prizes available, and winners will be announced in April. Complete it here

Training and Jobs in Cloud Computing: Would you like 12 weeks FREE training in cloud computing and jobs afterwards? If you are aged 18-29 and NEET(Not currently in education, training, or stable employment), available for 12 weeks, and ready to start a full time job straight after the course, able to travel into central London each day,  and excited to launch a tech career then this is for you! Starting average salary is £25k-30k.  Register your interest for the Spring 2021 programme here

TogetherintheUK have launched a Creative Writing Competition open to first and second generation migrants to the UK. They want to hear YOUR stories about migrating to the UK, it can be a poem or a short story/essay. They have fantastic prizes and some high-profile judges. Deadline: 30th April 2021

Apprentice roles – Careers ( TFL are opening 10 apprenticeship schemes in roles across TfL including engineering, procurement and management. They are looking to hire around 45 apprentices to start in September 2021. Their level 4, 5 and 6 Apprenticeships are open now.

The Inverse Apprentice is a creative entrepreneurship programme provoked by the TV show ‘The Apprentice’. Our format, in contrast to the TV programme, is led entirely by the participants – Tower Hamlets residents. If you are interested in joining the project as a participant, aged 18 or over and based in Tower Hamlets – apply here


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