Train to be a top journalist
Peabody is backing an apprenticeship scheme run by the London Evening Standard and The Independent newspapers.
Four editorial apprenticeships will be created which will include two-years of journalism training and a 20-week NCTJ diploma course.Read full details of the scheme
Stephen Burns, Peabody’s Executive Director of Communities, said:
"We are proud to be supporting the Evening Standard again following the great success we had with the Ladder for London programme.
"We are committed to opportunities that help young people learn new skills, enhance their job prospects and improve their life chances. Last year, Peabody created nearly 150 apprenticeships, helping to ensure we achieve our mission of making London a city of opportunity for all."
How to apply
Applications for the apprenticeship scheme are invited from candidates who have 5 GCSEs at grades A-C (and must, as a minimum, have GCSE English and Maths at C or above) or equivalent. Basic PC skills are essential. Apprentices will be offered on the basis of a salary of £17,108 p/a.
The positions are open to those who do not already have an advanced apprenticeship and/or degree level qualification.
Applications can be made at standard.co.uk/editorialapprentices. The closing date is 14 November.