Talented young people needed for new digital ‘Pop Up’ Agency


By - Monday 27th October, 2014

New initiative ‘Building The Bridge’ offers local youngsters a head start in the media and film industry.


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A new initiative that aims to give young people a head start in the media and film industry is set to launch in Central Croydon on November 3rd.

The six week programme, which will teach the group professional filming and editing skills, is run by employment charity Building the Bridge in conjunction with Wandle Housing Association and media social enterprise Medorite.

The ‘Pop-Up’ Digital Agency will allow 18-24 year olds to gain priceless practical experience making high-quality films and documentaries for a host of established companies, using real briefs that are set to industry standard.

Building the Bridge founder, Adrian Swinscoe, said on the project: ‘‘It’s a great way for young people to get involved in the media, network, meet potential employers and get tips from industry insiders who can help you to develop their CV and skill-sets.We want to hear from those who have been searching for their big break and need a helping hand getting their foot in the doors of the creative industry. No previous experience is needed to apply as we will equip you with state of the art training from professionals – come armed with bundles of passion, persistence and ambition.”

The project follows on from Building the Bridge’s first digital Pop Up agency, which took place in April and May of this year and helped 20 young people, seeing many go on to gain employment after completing the course.

Please email your CV to:

or go to http://bit.ly/BtBregister to apply.

The project starts on Monday 3rd November and there are only limited spaces.

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Release provider: Building The Bridge.

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