Event spaces including the Whitechapel Gallery and Barbican have already come on board.
The programme aims to build a lasting cultural Olympic legacy, by helping transform the long-term career opportunities of young people in the capital.
Create Jobs is funded by The Arts Council and run by A New Direction, which aims to tackle youth unemployment and provide new routes into the arts and creative industries.
Create Jobs will match and recruit trainees to placement opportunities. Employers taking part in the scheme will also receive support on practical issues, including child protection clearance, insurance, and legal issues.
Steve Moffitt, chief executive of A New Direction, says: "We have thriving arts and creative industry in this country; a sixth of our economy is generated by creative people. With employment across the arts, heritage, digital and creative sectors predicted to rise by 32% over the next ten years, we need to find a sustainable way to identify and train talented young people to take up these roles."
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