1. How to tweet your way to a job


    Will Moir gives some tips on how to use Twitter to bag yourself your next job.

  2. SheSays Young & Awesome Showcase


    Join FutureRising and SheSays for a night of creative goodness. Find out the winner(s) of the latest bout of Young & Awesome.

  3. Mindshare: Huddle Competition


    Mindshare is hosting its fourth annual future-facing Huddle festival. There are six Huddle slots up for grabs – all you have to do is submit a short proposal for your idea.

  4. Simen Moen, Media Planner, the7stars


    After recently landing a job at media agency the7Stars, Simen shares his experiences studying advertising at Solent University to landing his job.

  5. How did you get into the creative industries?


    Charlotte Wheatley discusses how she got into advertising.

  6. Michela Nicchiotti, Freelance Creative, Leeds College of Art


    Freelance creative Michela Nicchiotti took a day off from her work at Cheil to inspire students at Leeds College of Art.

Membership benefits


  • Discover your ideal job in the creative industries
  • Increase your employability through challenges
  • Meet and connect with employers

Discover the full list of benefits, read stories from students who we have helped along the way and sign up for free.


  • Educate and inspire students
  • Speak to and work with students at events
  • Upload briefs for ideas

Take a look at the full list of benefits, read stories from professionals we have worked with and sign up for free.

Teachers / Lecturers

  • Bring professionals to your institution
  • Connect with alumni
  • Receive personalised creative careers resources

If you are a teacher or lecturer, discover the full benefits, read stories from those we have worked with and sign up for free.

Looking for talent?

  • Run events with talented students
  • Promote opportunties to matched candidates
  • Build links with universities and societies

If you are responsible for hiring talent at a company in the creative industries, find out how we can efficiently connect you.

Careers or employability officer?

  • Increase employability of students
  • Host events with employers and professionals
  • Support the growth of an alumni connected society

If you run careers or employability services at a university or college, take a look at how we can help you.

Success stories


  1. “I felt a bit demotivated until I found out about the FutureRising event, it helped me find out what it was like to work in marketing and realise what I wanted to do. On the day, I worked with an employer who later invited me to do an interview and I have now joined that company. It's all thanks to attending the FutureRising event, I would recommend it to anyone.”
    — Emma Recknell, Psychology & Philosophy Student,
    Oxford University

  2. “Without FutureRising I would have played by the book, settled into the crowd and ignored any opportunity to get myself heard. FutureRising taught me how to talk to companies, be myself and outshine the competition.”
    — Stephanie Bradshaw, Advertising Student,
    Bournemouth University


  1. “FutureRising understand that, for students, inspiration is as important as practical knowledge. I have learnt a lot from attending their seminars, workshops and talks.”
    — Jeremy Garner, Creative Consultant, Orange Digital

  2. “In working with FutureRising, we have found a partner that understands and shares our vision of investing in new generations. Their knowledge and skill at connecting organisations to graduate communities is second to none.”
    — James Weller, Head of Talent, Mavens of London


  1. “FutureRising bought a range of professionals from different organisations and backgrounds. The interactive part of the afternoon was especially popular with students who got to grips with a brief, presented their ideas and got immediate feedback. We have invited FutureRising back again to run another session.”
    — Catherine Alexander, Careers Adviser, Cambridge University

  2. “It was our pleasure having FutureRising at Leeds College of Art. We have had a very positive experience and our students gave us very good feedback.”
    — Fabio Fragiacomo, Programme Lead Creative Advertising, Leeds College of Art