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We provide mentoring at Urban MBA. We are also connected to Business for London Limited who provide Mentoring and Coaching in Hackney
Saw this one online. Checked it out briefly: http://www.re-create.com
Hello Pip, Mentoring it's a great idea, I do not know any organizations but I would love to help young creative and past it on everything I have learned so far. Hadrien XXX
Hi Pip, so sorry for late reply. I am also on a Jolt academy and I am also on Creative Comeback with Ali. Jolt found me a wonderful mentor Janetta Lewis who is helping me. Still haven't got where I want to go. Lammy hope that helps.
Hi Pip also, just spotted these speakers at the Media Production Show: The Power of Mentoring Speakers: Sophie Harkin | Senior Content Manager | WildBrain Stefania Popescu | Systems Engineer | Sky Lila Lopez | Project Manager | Vubiquity Kelly Taylor | Studio Technical Operator | BBC best, C
This is a female networking group for women working in the music business, called She Said So -not to be confused with the similarly named group for female creatives SheSays. Started by Andreea Magdalena https://www.shesaid.so/andreea-magdalina I've been a mentor through their 'She Grows' programme.
creative mentor network https://www.creativementornetwork.org and Women SRSLY https://www.grace-nicol.com/woman-srsly
You should definitely speak to Chantal Miller at Island Girls Rock! https://islandgirlsrock.com/about-igr-1 This one's more of a support network but is also great: http://margueritelondon.com/about ... I think you already know Isabel Farchy? And about the new Soho House mentoring scheme?
GenM is an amazing platform providing a new way for students to learn marketing skills free. GenM digital apprenticeships get students the skills and work experience they need to start their careers. https://genm.co/
An Australian based Mentorship Program called Womentor. www.womentor.com.au
Not in the UK, but It's an American based organization called "NYC Salt" - https://www.nycsalt.org/ The organization is in NYC that helps the city's youth find their creative potential in the visual arts. It also gives them the resources, mentorships, and connections they need to pursue higher-education at several universities, and to succeed after graduation.
There is also RookieUp www.rookieup.com
I am a mentor with the She Says programme: Who's Your Momma - focused on supporting the creative industries. Also, Enterprise Steps - an EU-initiative that offers 12 hours free business mentoring to SME's.
The BFI have a great scheme along with The Rank Foundation. Who teach, mentor and guide young people into the creative arts.
I use Olmo (https://olmo.io/) It's not specifically for creatives, but it aims to connect your questions with the right people to answer them (and vice versa).
Mastered Accelerator helps creators find mentors. https://join.mastered.com
Who's Your Momma? by SheSays https://weareshesays.com/yr_momma/
Check out https://www.wisetree.org/ set up by the amazing Katrina Sale, focusing on women and young entrepreneurs. cheers Fiona
In the USA Score.org is one source. I'm about to start a mentoring podcast, Interviewing business people and get their best advice in all areas of business. Best Nick
Enterprise Steps in Stratford offer free business mentoring to startups, really helpful for anyone wanting to start their own thing. Not sure anyone does this but I'd really love it if something existed to provide trickle down mentoring. Mid weight level people helping graduates and juniors, seniors mentoring mid weight, and then director level mentoring seniors.
Hi Pip, We run EDIFY https://www.ferarts.org/edify which is a creative mentorship programme in the Arts and Media Industry supporting 18-24s from marginalised areas in West + NW London. We have worked closely with the following: Arts Emergency Creative Mentor Network LIVITY Create Jobs - A.N.D Creative Society Soho House All of the above cater for different areas of the creative industry but support young people through placements and Mentorship programmes Hope this helps, Amanda!
Yes, LIVITY does a great job connecting young people with industry mentors https://livity.co.uk/
https://stepupclub.co and https://www.allbrightcollective.com/about-academy/ x