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Call-Out for Experienced Mentors in the Music Industry

Following the success of their 2020 mentoring program, we.grow, shesaid.so and keychange have launched a call-out for senior music industry professionals and artists to volunteer as mentors for the Keychange participants.

Published: 27 April 2021 | 1:39 PM Updated: 29 April 2021 | 12:13 PM
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The Keychange participants have all been chosen as the leaders of tomorrow by a panel of international industry experts. Photocredit: Olueletu for Nappy.co

Following a successful online peer-to-peer we.grow mentoring programme in 2020, shesaid.so and keychange have relaunched the we.grow mentoring programme, which will run June 2021 - September 2021.

Recognising the need for more traditional mentoring to help guide Keychange participants through this difficult time, today shesaid.so and Keychange launch a call-out for senior music industry professionals and artists to volunteer as mentors for the Keychange participants.

The mentors must have a minimum of seven-years experience in the music industry, and will be paired with one of the exceptional, hand-picked Keychange participants all chosen as the leaders of tomorrow by a panel of international industry experts.

If you would like to volunteer to be a we.grow mentor, you can apply now through Keychange and shesaid.so’s google form. They welcome applications from all genders, all backgrounds, and all countries.

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