Beauty industry organisation CEW UK has unveiled plans to enhance its Young Executive Programme to provide increased support, training and mentorship opportunities to young people looking to start or progress their careers.
Specifically designed to encourage and support members of CEW UK aged under 35, the programme – which launched in 2017 – focuses on building professional skills, one-to-one mentoring and career development sessions, and offers intimate events to maximise the opportunity to engage and learn.
CEW has already hosted a range of interactive and insightful webinars including sessions on ‘How to take proactive steps to boost your visibility when working remotely’ with Arthur Edward Recruitment and ‘How to maange your productivity and focus’ with global training organisation Think Productive, as well as ‘Meet the board’ sessions.
The boosted programme will offer a variety of upcoming webinars focused on promotion career development through 2021, and a new awards platform to recognise and celebrate the young people achieving greatness and helping to push the beauty industry forward.
The 2021 Mentoring Scheme has 30 places available for one-to-one mentorship. Applicants will receive mentoring from hand-picked experts who will provide them with the tailored expertise and specialism they are looking for.
The Young Executive Programme is run by a select group of CEW UK board members including Sarah Brown, founder of Pai Skincare; Clare Horner, beauty director at Harvey Nichols, and Alison Page, client development advisor at Boom Radio. Each board member is directly involved in shaping the programme, helping to secure inspiring speakers and trailblazing mentors.
For more information visit www.cewuk.co.uk