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Join the Network

Joining our support network is an easy way for you to help aspiring artists and thinkers.

Our Network comprises thousands of volunteers from the creative and cultural sectors. The only criteria for joining are that you love the arts and humanities and are willing to do what you can to break down the barriers to entry.

To sign up please fill in the form below. It should take around five minutes to complete. We’ll send you a regular newsletter with a wish list of requests from our Young Talent and ways you can support them to take their next steps. We’ll also invite you to share advice, tickets and entry level jobs.

The information collected in this form will be used to help us to organise opportunities for our young people. We ask for your educational pathway and current occupation so that if a young person is looking for advice about a specific course or workplace we can reach out to you.

If you are interested in mentoring with us, join the Network and you'll be the first to know when we're recruiting!

Join the Network

Contact Information

For example she/her, he/him, they/them – so we know how to refer to you when introducing you to a young person.

Career Information
We ask for information about your educational pathway and current occupation so that if a young person is looking for advice about a specific course or career we can reach out to you.
For example, you may be an artist in addition to working for your employer. If this question isn’t relevant you can leave it blank.

Our current projects

The Arts Emergency Network is a national community with opportunities to support our work wherever you're based. Our aim is to launch in new locations regularly and we will contact our Network members whenever we're preparing to launch a project.

We are currently running mentoring projects in London, Brighton, Greater Manchester and Merseyside.

Please select below if you are based in one of these locations and could offer real-life opportunities or mentoring in the area. If you're not please leave the next question blank.

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Equality and Diversity Monitoring
Arts Emergency is committed to being an equitable and supportive Network. To help us track our progress, please complete this section. Your information is anonymous and kept strictly confidential, it will only be used to provide an analysis of our work. You are welcome to select 'Prefer not to say' for any of these questions.
You’re disabled under the Equality Act 2010 if you have a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ adverse effect on your ability to do normal daily activities.
Code of Conduct
Arts Emergency is based on mutual respect and kindness and we ask that you treat other young people, Arts Emergency staff and volunteers with the care and dignity they deserve. Once you have read our guidelines please sign the declaration below. If you have any questions about the information above, please contact

How we use your information

The information collected in this form is used to contact you with requests from the young people we support, invite you to relevant training, match potential mentors to students and to keep you updated on our work.

In addition, we would like to email you about ways to support us, such as crowdfunding new local projects. Please tick below if you consent to these emails. You can read our full Privacy Policy on our website at

Support our work

Small, monthly donations underpin all our work. Just £5 a month can fund the mentors, coaches, networks and opportunities that transform a young person's life chances. Please include a monthly donation if you're able to.
Thank you so much! Your support will ensure people from all backgrounds can make a breakthrough in their dream creative industry, and enrich all our lives in doing so. 

You will be taken to our monthly donation form when you press 'Submit'.