FIND & NURTURE DIVERSE FUTURE TALENT.
Our mission is to make the creative world of work more diverse & inclusive through mentoring.
In our model everyone wins: career opportunities for young people, coaching skills for your employees, and access to diverse talent for your business.
We help Change your business for the better
Be part of our award-winning work
16 week mentoring & leadership programme
A leadership training programme with the opportunity to embed the learning in 1:1 mentoring sessions with young, diverse talent.
Your employees are paired with diverse talent from our network. Our expert team of Associates train in coaching, exploring bias, and unpack the barriers young people face getting into the creative industries.
Bespoke bias and inclusion workshops
Customised learning experiences that reveal unconscious bias, build inclusive cultures and drive the action needed to change your workplace and the wider industry.
Designed to fit your needs, this training is delivered at your workplace, and can range from one-off workshops to programmes designed over several weeks.
Diverse, entry level recruitment
Access our network of 400+ talented, diverse programme graduates, looking for a break into creative industries. Make the next member of your team someone brilliant.
We’ll also advise you on how to recruit diverse talent in a way that promotes social change and fuels creativity within your business.
JOIN THE NETWORK
Some of the world’s top creative companies are already working with us
HAVAS transforming young lives
25 employees trained as coaches, helping 25 young people break into advertising.
SOHO HOUSE working with their community
Soho House worked with us to launch the Open House mentoring programme, building links with young creatives who live near the Houses. Each young person is paired with a Soho House member and given a membership to become part of the community.
INNOVATING WORK PLACEMENTS WITH WE ARE SOCIAL
With We Are Social we launched a refreshingly different kind of work placement. Aimed at young people from low-income backgrounds, there were no CVs, no tea-making and no “who you know” applications allowed.