Top apprentices to star in government campaign to get young people learning and earning

Young apprentices to be stars of Get In Go Far campaign which is calling on young people to start their career by choosing an apprenticeship.

  • Get In Go Far campaign to help young people kick-start their career by choosing an apprenticeship
  • new survey shows around 90% of employers and apprentices are satisfied with apprenticeships
  • apprentice stars will appear on billboards and TV screens across England

Apprentices across the country have been auditioning to be the stars of a new campaign that calls on young people to kick-start their career by choosing an apprenticeship.

From hundreds of talented apprentices across England, 13 were selected to be the stars of the campaign that will show young people how an apprenticeship can give them the skills and experience they need to land their dream job.

The talented young people landed work in top firms including IBM, JCB and Sellafield and will see their faces on billboards and television screens across England.

To celebrate the campaign, apprentices everywhere are being encouraged to share selfies and video clips of themselves at work on social media.