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Work placements

Work placements can be a great way of getting valuable insight into a job and making your first industry contacts.
Two young people standing in front of potted plants in front of a round, white theatre
Two young people on work experience at The Globe Theatre.

Work placements can be a great way of getting valuable insight into a job and making your first industry contacts. We’ve provided placements at organisations including Time Out, BBC Studios and Curtis Brown.

We run work experience online and on-site in the summer and October. If you are looking for experience outside of those times, you can request it through your mentor or the work placement interest form below.

If you are over 18, you can apply for any paid work placements or creative briefs that are advertised through your monthly newsletter. If you are looking for paid work in a particular area, you can let us know through the form.

We’ll give you guidance on how to make the most of your placement and how to adapt your experience for your CV! In meantime, you can check out some CV tips here.

Work Placement Interest Form

Work Placement Interest Form

Contact Information


Please use the email address registered with Arts Emergency.
Where would you like to work?

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The information collected in this form will be used solely for the purpose of organising opportunities for our young people. It will only be shared in the context of giving young people, mentors and guardians information relevant to any activities, visits or placements that are confirmed, and we will always involve you in that process.

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