The Old Vic opens applications for free workshops for 19-30 year olds in Lambeth

Applications are now open for The Old Vic’s Front Line, a series of free workshops for people aged 19-30 living in Lambeth.

The workshops will run weekly throughout May and July and are designed to help people get a head start on applying for jobs and starting their careers.

Successful applicants will develop the skills employers are looking for and learn how to bring these to interview.

They’ll also have the opportunity to work alongside mentors with a supportive network to help them along the way.

Applications are open now via The Old Vic website and will close on May 14.

 


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