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Printing Charity seeks rising stars for awards

The Printing Charity has launched the 2020 edition of its Print Futures Awards, aiming to celebrate youngsters working in print and help them progress with their careers in the industry.

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Last year’s award-winners at the special celebration event at the House of Lords

The Awards are open to people aged between 18 and 30, giving them the chance to apply for a grant of up to £1,500 to support both their personal and workplace development in the UK printing, paper, publishing, packaging, and graphic arts sectors.

The Printing Charity is looking for people working in print-related organisations that are seeking to develop their practical and personal workplace skills, as well as those studying for sector-specific qualifications and people with plans to take their first step in the market.

“This year we’d like to hear from people, who are keen to develop their softer skills such as courses and training for presentation skills, problem solving, and leadership,” The Printing Charity’s chief executive Neil Lovell says.

“We know the sector has some great rising stars and Print Futures is the perfect opportunity for companies to support them in their application and for the winners to be recognised for their achievements at our awards event at the House of Lords in July.”

Applicants have until April 26th to enter, with interviews for those shortlisted to take place in May and June, before the winners are announced in July.

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