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Jaber Mohamed

Creative Access adds PR practitioners to Steering Group

D&I social enterprise Creative Access has appointed new members to its Steering Group initiative, which aims to prepare rising PR pros for leadership roles in comms and other creative industries.

Citypress boosts diversity work with higher education partnership

Manchester-headquartered comms agency Citypress has joined forces with higher education provider University Academy 92 to help create diverse routes into business, the media and digital industries.

John Harrington

From the UK editor: Does PR need an advocacy group for men?

The Information

I hope this is obvious, but I’ll start with an important preamble.

Stuart Yeardsley, Kim Allain, Sam Corry

PRWeek Creative Mentoring Scheme: mentees revealed

Mentor-mentee pairings for the PRWeek-backed Creative Mentoring Scheme 2023 have been announced.

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PRWeek UK’s Gen Z survey

In a special Generation Z project running across September, PRWeek has spoken to comms and public affairs professionals who were born from 1997 onwards.

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‘It’s easy to become institutionalised’ - Gen Z PRs, how long will they stay?

Half of young PR professionals want to stay in their jobs for two to three years, new research from PRWeek UK suggests.

My year in the PRWeek Creative Mentoring Scheme

As I stepped out of the tube at Temple, my phone screen lit up: "Nineth floor - tad optimistic by pool, but there is a heater."

Eleanor Read, Kat Thomas, Angela Balakrishnan, Kamiqua Lake

Women in PR/PRWeek Mentoring Programme – match-ups revealed for 2023

Match-ups for the 2023/24 Mentoring Programme from Women in PR and PRWeek UK have been revealed, with 30 talented female PR professionals set to gain valuable experience from industry-leading mentors.

Claire James

Entering the world of PR – degree or apprenticeship?

The A-level results this year make for interesting reading. Top grades have fallen sharply on the levels seen during the pandemic but this is, in part, down to the plan to bring grade boundaries back down to pre-pandemic levels. Over 230,000 18-year-olds have been accepted to undergraduate courses this year, but university isn’t right for everyone. So if you want to get into the world of PR what should your next step be?

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