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Hello and welcome to London College of Communication!
Upgrade Your Future Path is a hybrid programme of events aimed at final year students and recent graduates of London College of Communication (LCC) who are interested in finding out more about career paths in the creative industries. Take part in the programme as an industry adviser by offering support through our 1-1 mentoring, 1-1 Portfolio Reviews and/or Speed Networking activities.
Please complete the following form by Sunday 15 May 2022.
Criteria: You run your own creative practice or are a new-entry to mid-level creative working in the design, screen or media industriesYou have a direct memory and experience of the issues students might be facing, thinking, or worrying as they approach graduation and make the step into the professional world.We welcome LCC and UAL alumni, but you don’t need to have studied with us to take part.You do not need to be in the UK to be a mentor (as mentoring sessions can take place online or in-person), but you must have right to work in the UK to conduct Portfolio Reviews and Speed Networking events take place in person, at LCC.
LCC, UAL aims to be an equal opportunities higher education institution embracing diversity in all areas of activity and positively welcomes applications from black and minority ethnic and female applicants.
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To ensure we find you a suitable match, we might ask you for an informal online chat with one of our graduate engagement team members sometime in May or June.
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We’ll match you with postgraduate LCC students or recent LCC graduates to support their development as they enter the creative industries. Read more about the programme on our website.
All fields are required for new mentors.
Our online Portfolio Reviews are intensive, 25-minute sessions during which you’ll support students and graduates of Screen, Media and Design courses to explore effective ways of showcasing their work – CVs, showreels, sketchbooks, personal statements, websites, portfolios, etc., or they can use the time to ask you career-based questions.
You must have right to work in the UK to hold Portfolio Reviews.
In ‘speed dating’ fashion, you’ll engage with postgraduate students in short, helpful discussions – enabling them to practice their networking skills while expanding their professional network.
7 July, 6-8pm at LCC
You must have right to work in the UK to take part in Speed Networking and be based in London (Speed Networking events take place in person, at LCC).
We want to monitor and report on the diversity of people who participate in this programme to ensure people of different backgrounds and lifestyles are provided with equal access. Please complete our anonymous Equality Monitoring form once you have submitted this form.
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