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All applicants will hear by Monday, 14th April whether they have made it on to the long list.

If you have made it to the long list you will be invited to upload a 1 minute video saying why you think you'd make a great Creative Pioneer. Detailed instructions will be attached to the email we send you.

If you don't want to upload a video, that's fine, but it will increase your chances of getting noticed if you do.

The deadline for the video is Thursday, 17th April.

What happens next

Before the end of April you will be invited, by your City training provider, to attend an assessment day in May to fit with your school/college timetable.

You will meet with other Creative Pioneers candidates and be briefed on the job roles and agencies and set some exercises to test your skills.

If you meet the criteria you will be selected for the shortlist and be sent for interview.

If you do not meet the criteria don't give up. You will have learnt a lot more about this great industry, and improved your chances for next time.

Good luck!

The team at Creative Pioneers

Click here to watch a short video from our Countdown event at the Google Lounge on 31st March 2014.

 

Creative Pioneers

 

 

Find out about the back story behind the 'heads' in this year's campaign and the winner of our Heads competition, Paul Allimadi.

Creative Pioneers Challenge is a nationwide hunt for digital natives just leaving school. If you are a university student/graduate interested in advertising please visit AdAcademy - together for talent 

APPRENTICESHIPS FOR SCHOOL LEAVERS (aged 16+)

Twelve month apprenticeships in creative and digital media, digital marketing and advertising, social and public relations, leading to an industry-recognised qualification and the opportunity for permanent employment.

 Starting September 2013 subject to availability.
 Online applications open Monday 11th March 2013.
 Online applications close 12 noon Monday 22nd April 2013.