ENGENDER x WE.GROW Mentorship programme
We have partnered with Royal Opera House to pilot a mentoring program for members of their Engender Network. The programme will facilitate access to women and gender minorities in the opera community, matching skills and knowledge. It will provide a space to learn, develop and maximise potential. Our Network members are a brilliantly diverse group and we have built this mentorship with everyone in mind, from artists and performers to technical and production staff, producers and administrators, with the aim to empower both mentors and mentees.
The pilot Mentorship Programme will run from October to December 2021 and will match 6 mentees with 6 mentors from within the Engender Network. Successful participants will commit to regular 1to1 meetings (online or in person) for a period of 3 months, will have access to exclusive workshops, training and resources, as well as support from mentorship managers at ROH and shesaid.so.
To apply complete this form by 10am Monday 13 September
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Are you applying as a Mentor or Mentee?
We’re asking for this information in order that we ensure equal opportunities on this programme
Where are you based?
Do you identify as disabled?
About Your Work
Area of the Industry:
Artist or Performer
Technical or Production/ Backstage staff
Administrative team (e.g. company management, producing, finance, comms, development etc…)
How would you describe your role in Opera and/or your job title?
An introduction to yourself in 100 words or less
What 3 words best describe you?
Do you have any previous experience of mentorship: Mentor or Mentee?
Yes - Mentee
Yes - Mentor
How would you best like to communicate with your mentor or mentee throughout the programme
Messages and email
Meeting in person
What area would be a priority for you when being paired with a mentor or mentee
Area of Industry
Musical or Artistic Background
Length of Experience
What are you most looking to get from the mentorship programme?
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