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Creative Traineeship 2010

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4.86 out of 5

We run yearly recruitment drives for Creative Trainees.

Between April and November, the Blast Creative Traineeship scheme offers over 20 placements across a range of BBC departments giving the opportunity to work alongside BBC events, online and production teams.

Take a look at what our 2009 creative trainees had to say about their experiences.

Please note: Applications for 2010 have now closed.

Verity, 23 - Blast Events:
Verity, 23 - Blast Events:

It was brilliant to be able to communicate with some really interesting and creative professionals.

Tom, 19 - BBC Three:
Tom, 19 - BBC Three:

The Creative Traineeship has been the most valuable and exciting summer I have ever had. I cannot stress enough just how worthwhile it has been!

Zara, 22 - Asian Network:
Zara, 22 - Asian Network:

The highlight of my placement would have to be working on the London Mela. I met so many fantastic people and was able to get advice and speak to them about how they got to the positions they are at now.

Naomi, 21 - BBC Radio 1:
Naomi, 21 - BBC Radio 1:

I was given tasks with increasing responsibility and difficulty. I was given a great variety of work to do: from interviewing to editing to project managing a live event for Radio 1.

Hayley, 23 - BBC Radio 1:
Hayley, 23 - BBC Radio 1:

Filming at Maida Vale, reporting for Newsbeat, meeting presenters and producers and being asked to work on the Muse night documentary for Radio 1 were the highlights of my placement.

Rachael, 20 - Blast TV:
Rachael, 20 - Blast TV:

I loved camera-operating on shoots. I also spent the day at the Two Pints of Lager and a Packet of Crisps studio.

Lorianne, 22 - Blast Out Loud:
Lorianne, 22 - Blast Out Loud:

The traineeship taught me how to strive for opportunities, where to be humble and where to be bold, take initiative and that nothing is impossible if I work really, really hard.

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