Soho House: Soho Mentorship x Mentee Application Form

About Us

We are a UK based charity, who run mentoring programmes for young people aged 16-25 from lower socio-economic backgrounds looking to get into the creative industries. We match young people with a professional mentor from the creative industry, who'll support you in learning more about the jobs in the industry, how to get them and build your own networks. 
Creative Mentor Network x Soho House x Soho Mentorship

We have partnered with Soho House to run a 16 week mentoring programme for young creatives aged 18-27 from lower socio-economic backgrounds.  

The questions in this application form are designed to help us understand whether you are right for our mentoring programme in partnership with Soho House. 

We are looking for motivated and driven individuals with an entrepreneurial flair, who are interested in finding out more about the creative industries.

You will need to be 18-27 and looking for a mentor who could support you into the creative world of work.

This form is to help us find a mentor that best matches your interests. We will try to accommodate your strengths and interests where possible.

Please note that this programme is very popular, spaces are very limited.

We want as many people to be able to access our programmes. If you have any access requirements or any additional needs when applying get in touch with and we can arrange alternate arrangements. 

How the application works 

We review the application form throughout the year. If you are eligible and we think we have a suitable mentor for you, you will be invited to an online interview. 

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so you may not hear from us immediately but don't worry, we have your application! 

The online interview is an opportunity for us to learn more about you. It is designed to help us with matching and decide if the programme is the right fit and the right time for you. 


Our mission is to make the creative industries more socio-economically diverse and inclusive by supporting young people from low socio-economic backgrounds gain access to the creative industries through mentoring.  

For this reason, we need to ask you some questions so that we can ensure we are supporting those that may not have access to these networks. 

This information is only used to assess your eligibility for the programme and won't be share with anyone else. 

If you have any queries regarding any of the above, get in touch with 

Your Details

Please provide an email address that you check regularly
Please type ' N/a" if this does not apply to you
If not based in London, please select 'Outside London'
Please enter your full postcode

About you

We want to learn more about you and your interests. Use this space to tell us more about your interests what areas of the creative industries you are interested in.  

Example: I would like to direct films because.....

Support and Consent

The Equality Act 2010 defines a disability as a long term impairment which has substantial adverse affect on your ability to carry out day-to-day activities. An effect is long term if it has lasted, or is likely to last, more than 12 months
We need to be able to contact you about your participation in order for you to join the programme. If you have any questions, please contact