North East Mentoring Scheme for Young Women in Culture Marketing, Crystallised
- LocationNorth East, Newcastle upon Tyne
- Artformcombined arts, Other, Marketing
North East-based marketing agency, Crystallised, launches its first coaching scheme, giving three women from the region free advice, support and career development.
Six-year-old North East marketing agency, Crystallised, this month launches ‘Step Up’, a programme that subscribes to the ‘each one, teach one’ mantra. Whereby knowledge, skills and experience are passed on to support other people in their ambitions and goals.
Following twenty-five applications from women across the North of England, the first cohort of Crystallised for the programme has now been selected and are today announced as:
Caitlin Feirn, 20, studying International Business Management at Newcastle University;
Chenxi Celine Gao, 22 studying Cross-Cultural Communication & Media at Newcastle University;
Jade Westerman, 24 who is employed by Durham University.
What are the benefits of the scheme?
Twenty learning and collaboration hours each with the Crystallised team.
Access to networks of entrepreneurs and professionals in the arts, culture and creative sectors.
A personal plan based on their own aims and objectives.
The development of marketing and communication skills.
Impartial advice and encouragement.
An improvement of self-confidence.
Travel expenses of £100 per person.