Please note that this opportunity has now closed.
Are you 18-30? Do you want a career in publishing?
- To become a writer, agent, editor or publicist?
- Develop skills, knowledge, and experience within the business?
- Be mentored by an industry expert?
- Network and make contacts?
- Help finding a job?
We are looking for dynamic individuals to give a FREE package of comprehensive support that includes: training, mentoring and events that will assist you in your career.
‘Get into Book Publishing’ Training – An action packed 4 day training programme supported by University College London which will cover everything from Editorial, Design, Sales, Rights, Marketing, Publicity, and Finance. The course starts on the 29/08/2017.
Free one-year membership with the Society of Young Publishers.
Into Publishing Mentoring – 6 months of 1:1 support from an industry expert from Hachette UK. They will support you as you progress your career within industry and beyond.
Into Publishing – Starting the Story Event 21/09/2017 – Free entry into our evening at Hachette UK, the home of leading publishing companies Headline Publishing Group, Hodder & Stoughton, John Murray, Quercus, Orion Publishing Group, Octopus Publishing Group, Hachette Children’s Group, Little, Brown Book Group, Neon Play, Bookouture and Hodder Education. You will meet Authors, Literary Agents, Editorial Directors, Managing Director, Publicity Managers, Sales Directors and more. They will be telling their stories about how they got ‘Into Publishing’ and will also be on hand to answer any questions you have on what to do to get into the sector.
To apply, please send your CV together with a supporting letter answering the following questions:
- What are the skills you need to work in the publishing industry and how can you demonstrate them?
- Tell us about a book that has had an impact on you in the last 12 months.
Please send the requested information to: firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading ‘INTO Publishing programme’.
The application deadline is 7th July 2017