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Digital Journalist Apprenticeship

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Monday, November 02, 2015

Can you help shape the future of news?
Have you dreamed of working on Radio 1’s Newsbeat programme, BBC Radio 5Live, the Six O’Clock News, BBC Breakfast, Panorama, or any of our news programmes in BBC Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland?

Now it’s time to dream big – we’re offering journalism apprenticeships to talented, creative storytellers who will get the chance to work in the biggest and most respected news organisation in the world.

Our Digital Journalist Apprentices will write stories for the web and radio, connect with our audiences on social media, find guests and film news reports. Your own news stories could make it to air and be watched by millions.

Your apprenticeship will combine paid multi-platform work experience with a formal journalism qualification, supported by the National Council for the Training of Journalists.
Apply, and make a difference

It’ll be tough and you will work hard, but you will gain priceless work experience with the BBC, plus the chance to compete for jobs both in the BBC and the wider media industry.

This apprenticeship is aimed at non-graduates, aged 18 and over, with at least five GCSEs/Standard/National grades, (including Maths and English grade A-C). Most important of all, we’re on the look out for people who stand out from the crowd. And we want to reflect all our audiences, so, whoever you are, we want you, your voice, your stories, and your experience of living in the UK.

So get involved, apply and make a difference.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/careers/trainee-schemes-and-apprenticeships/journalism/dja