Come to the launch of Year Two of the Josh Edmonds Memorial Scheme
at The Spotlight, Cirencester College
Monday 9th December 6.30 pm
Honouring the memory of our Josh
Josh was a student at Cirencester College and started his music career on a placement basis with the London based but internationally renowned music venue The Ministry of Sound and within a couple of years had become a video producer for the club. He worked hard had lots of fun and we were so proud of what he achieved in such a short time. Before leaving the club he had made over 200 video clips.
Young people in Gloucestershire will be invited to apply for this unique and prestigious opportunity in the Video and Music industries. The successful applicant will gain a real insight into the workings of a major music brand, develop their own talent and get the chance to rub shoulders with the big names in popular music.
“Whatever aspect it is that you’re interested in The Josh Edmonds Memorial Scheme is a brilliant way for young talent to gain some experience of the music media industry. So to anyone who is thinking of applying, just go for it, you’d be a fool not to.“
MoS chief executive Lohan Presencer said: “Josh was a fantastically creative and enthusiastic member of the team at MoS. Hopefully this placement will give someone the same opportunities that Josh had and continue his memory.”
So the launch is on Monday evening 9th December at the Spotlight in Cirencester College. (Soft drinks, nibbles and a bit of alcohol will be served) Applications for the scheme are open January through February 2014. The selection process will take place in March 2014 and the successful candidate will be announced in April.
Keep a look out for more details of the scheme and how to apply by visiting the Cirencester College website
If you think the MInistry of Sound is a buddhist retreat in a big place called London then click here Ministry of Sound
Finally if you want to know the sort of thing Josh made at MoS check this out