The Mentoring Programme

Mentoring is a process where a more experienced person supports a less experienced person in their professional and personal development.

The Process — Mentees

You may know of a Mentor whom you would like to work with, but if not, EAT will assist in finding a good match – some of our Mentors are on the Mentors page here. In the application form, please be as clear as possible about the aims and objectives for your professional development. EAT will respond to your application within three weeks of receiving it. If you are a candidate for mentoring, an EAT staff member will arrange a meeting with you to discuss your objectives. Please note: EAT does not support individuals who are currently enrolled in tertiary institutions. However, we would love to hear from you when you have graduated.

Application form here.

The Process — Mentors

Mentors are established practitioners who have a developed body of work and expertise in film, theatre or visual arts. If you are interested in being a Mentor, we would love to hear from you. EAT pays mentors a fee. You may know of a Mentee whom you would like to work with, but if not, EAT will assist in finding a good match.

EAT focuses on mentorships in the Wellington region – this includes Kapiti and the Wairarapa.

Application form here.