After you apply, the Volunteer Council of the Audio Mentoring Project will add you to our database of mentees and will review your application. Everyone that applies will be reviewed by the Volunteer Council, but not everyone that applies will be accepted for mentoring.
The review process is organic and subjective. We will review the application and may send you follow-up questions to the e-mail address that you provide.
If we believe that there is an awesome match to be made with a mentor, we will share your application with that mentor to see if they'd be willing to mentor you. If they are, then we will be in touch with next steps.
The AMP is committed to diversity and inclusion. The AMP seeks to allow minorities and people underrepresented in previous forms of game and interactive audio development to be fundamentally more involved in the industry.
As such, we wish to highlight that the elements of diversity that we will take into consideration when selecting mentor program applications includes gender, race, sexuality, ability/disability, socio-economic status, and religion. This list will grow and develop based on feedback and the community we develop.
We will always do our best to protect your information and will never give or sell your information to anyone else.