John Schofield Trust Mentoring Scheme

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Watch what it means to be part of the John Schofield Trust mentoring scheme

Would you like to inspire a journalist at the start of their career, or perhaps you are one looking for guidance? The John Schofield Trust pulls in some extraordinary people across the broadcast industry. It bridges the gap between established journalists and their ‘young’ counterparts. This short film, produced by Roohi Hasan from ITN, illustrates … Continue reading

The best advice I received: Imogen Barrer

Imogen Barrer, an ITV News producer, passes on three key pieces of advice from her mentor, Alan Grady, executive producer, Sky News. Try as many things as possible when you’re starting out.   Since finishing journalism school, I’ve worked for four broadcasting companies, with different roles at three of them. When I told Alan I … Continue reading

Revealing…the full line-up of Mentors

We’ve put the finishing touches to what is a stellar line-up of experienced journalists and news practitioners who will be our mentors this year. Find out who is taking part in 2014. Continue reading

On your marks, get set…

If you are journalist with between two and five years experience, either as an employee or freelance, then the John Schofield Trust Mentoring Scheme could be for you. Continue reading