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The first piece of advice I give to everyone is to just be yourself! Chanise Evans, Former digital journalism apprentice This apprenticeship opens for applications in January Digital Journalism Apprenticeship You can spot a story — and make it go viral.
You are a social media enthusiast who is already making great digital content. You are interested in news and current affairs and love explaining complicated stories in a simple and refreshing way.
You understand how to connect with your local community and share their stories and experiences. Does this sound like you? The way we get our news is changing.
About the Digital Journalism Apprenticeship You will work alongside BBC News teams on work placements and assist them with delivering quality News output and content, whether that is online and digital, radio or television. Meanwhile, you will be working towards a Level 3 Diploma in Journalism.
Balancing your time between learning on the job and in a classroom environment will be essential. You will train and work alongside top Editors and staff across different parts of BBC News and Current Affairs You will get to tell news stories which appeal to a whole range of people who might not normally watch or listen to the news.
What do you need to apply? You should be creative, curious and resilient.
You must love all things digital and be able to show you are already using social media to tell stories. You must have a passion for writing.
This is a scheme aimed at non-graduates. We also welcome those who are doing a completely different job — and want to make a career change to become a journalist. If you are switched on, creative, and you can bring us your experiences of living in the UK today, then we want to hear from you.
Are you a graduate with ambitions to start a career in Journalism or an individual who can demonstrate their journalistic potential through existing experience, then our Journalism Trainee Scheme may be a better fit for you. To find out more click here. How to Apply You will complete an application form.
This consists of written questions that will allow you to tell us why you want to be a journalist, about your passion for writing and how you can help us to reach our audiences.
We also want your ideas for a news story. This will be followed by a series of questions where we would like to know how you would behave in certain work situations as a journalist at the BBC.
After the closing date in February, your application will be reviewed and if we like what we see you will be invited to complete the next stage. This stage is a video interview, where we will ask you to answer one or multiple questions which are relevant to the scheme.
This will help us get to know you better as you will submit a video response. The successful candidates at the video interview stage will be invited to an assessment centre which takes place in Birmingham in June. The scheme will begin in September We can help you with any reasonable adjustments necessary for your assessment and for when you start on the scheme.
When applying you need to be flexible about where you live, as well as your working hours. Due to health and safety considerations, we cannot accept applications from individuals under the age of 18 at the time of the apprenticeship.Search using a saved search preference or by selecting one or more content areas and grade levels to view standards, related Eligible Content, assessments, and materials and resources.
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