Meet the Apprentice Nation Skills LeadersIf you’d like to apply to be a future Skills Leader click here
Anna-Marie is an award winning TV/Radio Presenter with over 6 years in music and entertainment. She has worked with the likes of MOBO, Sofar Sounds and is the host of New Music Friday on No Signal Radio. When she’s off camera, she runs a natural skincare and lifestyle brand that promotes essential and healthy routines.
Passionate about the development and empowerment of young people, Bud has spent the past nine years working across the private, public and social enterprise sectors delivering international youth engagement events.
Callum enjoys dancing, singing and acting as well as creating and composing music. When not performing he loves studying cultures, history, social activism and politics. He loves reading! He is currently a music leader and youth leader working within his local community.
Caspar is an award-winning multi-disciplinary cultural worker and media maker with a current emphasis on youth & community work.
Jess is a government social mobility commissioner, facilitator and children’s presenter. In 2016 she began her production apprenticeship at BBC Radio 1 and has since worked for The Diana Award, Roundhouse and BBC Earth.
Joe is a confident, fun loving Northerner. During his career, he has worked alongside national youth organisations and worked behind the scenes at a few music events. “This one time I walked past Stormzy backstage after a gig, and I didnt even ask for a picture! My biggest regret.”
Whilst awaiting a hip replacement operation, Josiah is on leave from his PGCE IN R.E from the University of Oxford. Whether it is teaching or Producing Records, Josiah endeavours to bring the best out of others through by exchanging personal stories and drawing out what matters most.
Kaylee Golding is a DJ and an award-winning presenter. She is originally from Birmingham, but is now living in East London, hence why she follows the slogan “Your favourite Gyal From Brum”.
Kyron AKA ‘Ky’ is a former Multiverse business apprentice. He kick started his professional career a month into university as he wanted to work and learn on the job. He is now a certified Account Manager with a passion for changing young people's perspectives on the working word and mental health.
I got into the creative industry at 18 years old, it's something I just found on a random day and decided then and there this is what I'm going to do with my life. I remember thinking to myself, this is going to allow me to be myself and enjoy my work which was really important to me. I found it really exciting and for the first time, even though it sounds so cliché, I truly wanted to achieve something.
Louis Howell co-runs Revolution Hive, a social enterprise equipping young people for life through personal development and social responsibility programmes.
Omer Nazar Abusineina Mustafa, was born in Sudan, raised in London with his family currently residing in Saudi. Experiences in various Arab and English speaking communities has aided him in attaining fluency at both. He’s currently a business student at Bayes Business School where he hopes to take the knowledge learnt and apply it to his home country of the Sudan with a dream job of owning a sustainable farm in Sudan.
Rebecca Beavington is an award winner of “BBC Sounds Rising Talent Award” 2020 for Young Audio Awards. She graduated with a Merit from the Global Academy 2020. Rebecca is a radio presenter on a weekly show for West Side Radio Station. She is extremely confident with all kinds of technology and navigating Adobe and Microsoft software. Rebecca has experience and strong technical expertise editing all audio and visuals.
Roxanne is currently working as a Recruitment Coordinator for Depop. She runs her own business helping young people with tips, advice and services to accelerate them into careers. As well as this, she is also a part time lifestyle YouTube vlogger! Having been a former Apprentice in 2018 her passion now lies with helping more young people get into enjoyable, exciting and fulfilling roles.
Stephanie joined Apprentice Nation because of her passion for helping peers; she believes enriching young people through music is an exciting concept to be a part of.
Suprina Thapa is a TV and Radio Presenter. She currently presents on a culture, music, and arts show called‘Unmuted’, which airs on Sky Arts; as well as having a weekly show on ‘Foundation.fm’ where she shares her favourite upcoming R&B artists and interviews different creatives.
Hi my name is Tee and I am a content creator, dancer and vlogger who also works for the NHS! I am passionate about travelling FOOD! (I make amazing cinnamon swirls!) and music.
Sign up to be updated on the next Apprentice Nation event (dates TBA due to COVID-19).
Action Days are free to attend and get you a ticket to an exclusive concert with one of your favourite artists.
Talk to local businesses and meet current apprentices to help you land a job you love. You’ll get advice on how to build your personal brand and stand out in interviews. Plus deliver a social action project to make a positive impact to be proud of.
Jump into the world of apprenticeships.
You have signed up to Apprentice Nation: Be the First to Find Out.