CfJ graduate Alfie Tobutt, who recently joined us for a Q & A session, has kindly highlighted some great opportunities at the BBC to work on its politics and Westminister coverage.
Do you like to sing or make music in other ways?
There are opportunities to sing in a 'rock, pop and soul choir', to play percussion and make music in other ways in sessions at the Chatham Historic Dockyard. Everyone is welcome - all levels and none. Check out the sessions here: https://www.kent.ac.uk/music/extra-curricular-music-at-medway
An organisation called Collate has been in touch to let us know about a letter writing competition aimed at students, for which there are prizes of up to £1,000. This is what they said:
Some of you might have met Luke Jacobs, Editor of Kent Live and Sussex Live, when he visited the CfJ to give a masterclass and another time, with the NCTJ. He has posted on Linked In about what his company, Reach, is doing to gather and highlight stories from Black History. Do take a look: