Making your way in the journalism industry can be tricky, and it’s always good to have a helping hand.
We’ve put together a list of all of the free mentoring schemes on offer for young and emerging journalists in the UK.
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The Refugee Journalism Project – (Rolling Deadline, Apply ASAP)
An initiative to help refugees rebuild their professional journalistic careers in the UK.
Women in Journalism Mentoring Scheme – Closes December 1
For women trying to break into journalism. 12-month scheme.
The Student Publication Association Mentoring Scheme – Closed October 10
For student journalists and recent graduations looking to break into the industry.
WFTV Mentoring Scheme – Closed October 12
For women in creative, craft, business or technical roles with seven years of experience. Get intensive mentoring, seminars and training.
The Press Pad Mentoring Scheme – Closed April 30
To enable aspiring journalists over 18 from outside of London, afford to accept an internship in the capital.
The Second Source Mentoring Scheme – Closed May 1
For women in the first five years of their career, especially from minority backgrounds.
John Schofield Trust Mentoring Scheme – Closed March 31
For those looking to get into broadcast or online video. 12-month scheme.