Mentorship comes in many forms, and the wide needs of our student interests in networking with successful artists and media practitioners mean we can tailor the time commitment to your busy schedule. Perhaps you would be willing to judge a media entrepreneurship pitch party or judge a media hackathon or game jam. Maybe you’d be willing to visit a class or give a talk or participate in a film screening or on an industry panel discussion.
If your accomplishment and level of interest justify a more serious or formal connection to the Institute, we hope you will make contact. In very limited circumstances we are able to appoint artists- or producers- or entrepreneurs-in-residence. These positions are honorific and unpaid, but they codify a connection that can help document your own potential growing contributions to our students and their aspirations.
We welcome any opportunity to work with you and to bring you into contact with our most accomplished students. Our only criterion for connection is the value your experience can provide to them.