Following 2021’s successful pilot programme, Developing the Young Workforce (DYW), Creative & Cultural Skills (CCSkills), and Historic Environment Scotland (HES) will be shining a spotlight on careers in the creative and cultural industries in Creative Careers Week 2022.
This year, Creative Careers Week 2022 will run from 21-25 November, with 3 key aims and 4 main strands of activity. We very much hope you can get involved in any of the strands. To register your interest, complete this FORM and read on to find out more about the programme.
- Raise awareness among young people, educators, parents/carers and careers’ influencers of the breadth of roles and range of pathways available within the creative and cultural industries
- Inspire young people to consider a career in the creative and cultural industries while highlighting the breadth of roles and range of pathways available
- Encourage and support employers across the creative and cultural industries to engage with young people and education through Creative Careers Week 2022.
- Local employer-led activity (DYW Regional Groups)
Build new and develop existing relationships between DYW regional groups and local creative industries’ employers for the delivery of employer-led activity in/for local schools.
- Creative Careers Week 2022 social media campaign
Raise awareness among young people, educators, parents/carers and career influencers of the breadth of roles and range of pathways available within the creative and cultural industries by: celebrating the sector and the opportunities available; sharing content digitally including e.g. case studies, videos; signposting to supporter organisations; encouraging participation from employers and wider partners; creating a campaign toolkit to support partner participation using hashtags #CreativeCareersWeek22 and #NoWrongPath.
- Signposting to partners and supporter resources and activities Signpost to and existing creative careers resources provided by partners and supporters.