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Off The Lane

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Become a Mentor to a young professional in the creative community! Off The Lane Mentorship Program connects motivated juniors, college seniors and young professionals (18+) looking to move to NYC with working creative professionals to enrich, educate, and engage them to ease their transition into a new creative community. Over the course of the session, Mentees will meet with their Mentors once a week digitally. They will cover a wide variety of topics such as housing, transportation, and employment amongst others.

TO QUALIFY: All Mentors are individuals who have lived in NYC for 2+ years and will go through an extensive interview and vetting process. Mentors possess excellent leadership qualities, are responsible, and are working professionals in the creative and artistic community of NYC.

WHEN: The MP5 Spring Session runs 12 Weeks starting 3/1/21.

TO APPLY: Email Mike@offthelane.org or submit an application on the website: www.offthelane.org - Applications Due By: 1/25/21

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About Off The Lane

Location:

305 7th Ave, 17th Floor, New York, NY 10001, US

Mission Statement

Off The Lane's mission is to enrich and engage the creative community through continued education, outreach, and special projects.

Description

An organization created for artists by artists.

Become a Mentor to a young professional in the creative community! Off The Lane Mentorship Program connects motivated juniors, college seniors and young professionals (18+) looking to move to NYC with working creative professionals to enrich, educate, and engage them to ease their transition into a new creative community. Over the course of the session, Mentees will meet with their Mentors once a week digitally. They will cover a wide variety of topics such as housing, transportation, and employment amongst others.

Arts & Culture
Media & Broadcasting

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Visual Arts
  • Music Arts
  • Dance
  • Theater Arts
  • Arts Administration
  • Acting

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 24
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1 hour a week for 12 weeks - working around your own schedule.
  • A computer or phone to conduct your digital sessions.

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