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Mentor with us in 2023!

Can you spare one hour a month to help a young person get a fair start? Sign up today to build a brighter future for the arts.

Current mentors

On this page Arts Emergency mentors can find links to mentor reports, resources and key contacts.

It’s our volunteers that make the biggest difference to our young people, we couldn’t do what we do without you.

Mentor reports

We ask mentors to submit a mentor report after every mentoring meeting. This means that we’re able to keep up to date with how things are going, and respond to any questions or concerns that you have. We aim to reply to mentor reports within a maximum of two weeks.

Safeguarding

If you have a concern that requires more urgent attention, please fill out the safeguarding concern form.

Your point of contact

If your mentee is aged over 18 contact our National Project Lead, Rose.

If your mentee is based in London contact our London Programme Officer, Layemi.

If your mentee is based in Greater Manchester contact our Manchester Programme Officer, Tian.

If your mentee is based in Merseyside contact our Merseyside Programme Officer, Danny.

Mentoring session ideas and resources

If you're looking for some inspiration for your next meeting or ideas to structure your time with your mentee you can check our our session ideas or other resources. Don't forget there's a host of information in your mentor handbook too. (If you've lost it just pop us an email and we'll send it right over!)

Ruby Tickets

Mentors can apply for tickets to a variety of cultural events provided by our generous Network members. You can apply for tickets for you and your mentee every month.

Mentor networking

Discord is a free instant messaging platform that can be run in a browser, as a desktop app, and on iOS and Android. You can join the Arts Emergency Mentor Discord to connect and share with other mentors.

Want to mentor again next year?

If you missed the deadline for re-registration please get in touch with the mentoring team.