Survey for early career cultural educational professionals

Help Curious Minds shape their career work going forward.

Survey for early career cultural educational professionals

Curious Minds’ vision is for a future where being creative and experiencing brilliant culture is a regular part of every child’s learning and life. We work strategically across the North of England to tackle unequal access to creativity and culture for children and young people.   
They are committed to building a more diverse workforce for the creative and cultural education sector and this survey is aimed at early career professionals who have started to explore a career in cultural education. 

What they mean by Cultural Education

Whenever children and young people are learning through or about the arts and culture, they are engaging in cultural education. An excellent cultural education will give children and young people regular opportunities to create, compose and perform; visit, experience and participate in extraordinary work and everyday creativity. It will connect them with diverse artists, creative organisations and their local cultural offer. They will be able to do more, know more, understand more and respond critically and creatively to the experiences they’ve had. If you are helping children and young people to do this, then you are working in cultural education.

About you:

This survey is for early career professionals of any age who have started to explore a career in cultural education and its aim is to understand what support you might need in taking the next steps into a career in cultural education. For instance, you may already be undertaking paid or voluntary work and want to make this a bigger part of your career. You may have completed a development or training opportunity, an apprenticeship, be studying a creative subject or doing your Gold Arts Award. The answers you provide will enable us to shape our careers work going forward.
As well as providing your personal details in Section 1, there are seven main questions that follow. It may take some time to complete, and we don't yet have capability for you to save and return to the online form mid-completion. You may, therefore, wish to prepare your answers in advance by looking at the PDF which was emailed to you with the link for this survey.

Complete the survey here:

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