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Mentor Sessions: Amy Hammond

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One of the reasons why the Creative Mentor Network (CMN) was set up five years ago was to teach young people about the various roles that exist in the creative industries.

Schools don’t necessarily offer information on all the ways creative people can make a living and the programme offers a first-hand guide to the world of work, while also delivering training to mentors.

That was the case for Amy Hammond, account director at Tribal Worldwide. The 16-week course has helped her to develop skills she continues to

 

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