Here at Voice we work with a diverse range of writers, film-makers and photographers who have a passion for art and culture. If you’re interested in making the jump from amateur to professional with confidence, evidence and contacts then our Contributor programme could be for you.
Voice contributors are skillful young people who get their work professionally edited by our team before it gets published and featured on our site. We are currently looking for people to join the programme where, in exchange for your time and talent, we will provide you with all the tools you need to take that first step.
Whilst working with us, you’ll have access to some great perks. These may include opportunities to interview artists and professionals, press tickets and training events, as well as a full membership to Benefits Cloud.
Whether you want to develop your understanding and talent in creating great news packages; engaging long form journalism; or are interested in being part of our accredited team of reviewers - we have the tools to help.
A passion for arts and culture
Ability to work to deadlines
Commitment to our team of young creatives
Exciting ideas you’d like to develop and explore
Aged 16 - 25
Knowledge of Arts Award
Prior engagement with the Voice community
Experience using Google Drive and Slack
Good to know:
The deadline for applications close on 16 February
There is a training day on 29 February in London where we will cover everything you need to know about your role as a Voice Contributor. If you’re travelling from outside of London then bursaries are available.
The programme runs for a minimum of 10 months, with the opportunity to stay on, and to pitch for paid commissions
Interested? Here’s how you apply:
Mostly, we want to see what you've done so far.
Drop an email to [email protected], with the subject line: Voice Contributor
Be sure to include your:
name, age, email and phone number
up to 200 words about why you want to become a Voice Contributor
A link to your Voice profile (ideally with some work already on it)
links to published work elsewhere if possible
a couple of content ideas you'd like to work on