Our vision is to develop the next generation of creative minds to be
leaders in the digital and creative industries.

Nurturing Creative Talent


Our mission is to help 25 unemployed young people to apply for an apprenticeship successfully by December 2022

21K Digital Media has teamed up with award-winner Just IT Training & Apprenticeship Provider to help tackle the disproportionately high youth unemployment in Enfield. To achieve this, we offer unemployed young people a six-week digital marketing bootcamp, consisting of creating a monthly youth magazine to discuss topics that are relevant to them and sharing their experiences to inspire other young people to have a better future. They will then spend an additional three weeks learning how to market the magazine that they created to reach their target readers.
Enfield has a high unemployment rate, with over 6,000 16 to 24-year-olds on Universal Credit. Enfield is heading in the same direction as Edmonton, where 40% of black males living in Edmonton were unemployed in 2014, contributing to the city having the second-highest rate of serious youth violence in London.
21K Digital Media already supports young people from diverse backgrounds, especially those who are under-represented in the tech and media industry, to gain the digital and employability skills they need to successfully compete for a tech apprenticeship.
We’re based in Edmonton Green Shopping Centre and work in collaboration with management, apprenticeship training providers, Enfield Council, and employers to improve access to traineeships and apprenticeships for disadvantaged unemployed young people living in Enfield and the surrounding areas.

The founders of 21K Digital Media have an excellent track record helping traditionally ‘hard-to-reach’ young people who are not in education or training to rekindle into learning at their own pace with a mentor to assist them to overcome any barriers that prevent them from dropping out of their learning environment. Our 21K Digital Media Employable Bootcamps are deliver by highly qualified freelance trainers working in the industry to provide our beneficiaries with the skills that the industry needs.  After beneficiaries completed the three-week Digital Marketing Bootcamp they will spend six weeks working on live projects to show potential apprenticeship employers their creative portfolios.   

You Can Sponsor A Young Person Today

If, like us, you believe that all young people no matter what their background or ethnicity should have the skills to start a career in the Tech industry, please sponsor a young person or become part of our community and help us share this important message



How Will Our Sponsor Benefits

A donation of £500 will enable an unemployed young individual to enrol in a six-week, 12-hour-per-week digital marketing and publishing bootcamp and will be assigned to assist your business to:
1. Create a four-page website, and
2. Create two social media video campaigns to garner awareness of your brand.
Thank you for considering supporting a young individual to reach their full potential by providing work experience, an apprenticeship, or donating to sponsor a trainee enrolled in our Digital Skills Bootcamp. For further information, please contact

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Helping ex-offenders to prepare for work

We empower young people to be successful through carefully curated creative and digital courses designed to increase employability and promote entrepreneurship.

We may not all be naturally creative, but many of us are not allowed the opportunity to explore our innate creativity. This is especially true for young people who may have not reached their full academic potential, or who have fallen short of the grade needed for traditional training.

The next generation of creative minds


We understand that developing creative ability alone is not enough. We teach young people how to appeal to recruiters, giving them with support and advice they need to become more employable  or start their own business. All of this is achieved through our employability skills programme.  

Helping young people into work

Colin Lee-Own runs a digital hub for young people in Edmonton