The Creative Jobs Programme was an initiative led by the Royal Opera House to develop a lasting skills legacy for the Cultural Olympiad by creating employment and training opportunities for young people at arts organisations involved in the London 2012 Festival. It was the precursor to the Arts Council's Creative Employment Programme which launched last year. This new programme is being delivered by the National Skills Academy (Skills Academy), and will support up to 6,500 new apprenticeships, pre-apprenticeships and paid internships (graduate and non-graduate) across the arts and cultural sector. Find out more here: bit.ly/VihAvd.
The Royal Opera House's Creative Jobs Programme launched in May 2012 giving 40 unemployed young people aged 18 to 24 the chance to do a six month part time paid traineeship at one of 23 high profile partner organisations. Learn more about it here: bit.ly/UHBFgY.
The Creative Jobs Programme was supported by Arts Council England, LOCOG, Legacy Trust UK and BP.
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