The Sound Mentoring Program provides free music mentoring sessions to young people aged 12 – 25 with the mission of empowering them to achieve their potential as artists and as people.
The program has been designed to team mentors and mentees based on their individual skillset (e.g. songwriting/guitar/piano/music production/vocal/rap etc) while ensuring that mentors are thoroughly screened and trained. Sessions take place either in person or over Zoom.
Our vision is to help create healthy, resilient and creative communities where all young people have access to music education and mentorship no matter their socio economic background.
Mentees and mentors are expected to be:
Amplify your music potential
The Sound Mentoring program builds positive relationships between mature people aged over 18 years (mentors) who are there to help young people (mentees) develop their potential in music and in life.
If you are interested in becoming a mentee in the program please read more about the program below and continue to fill out the form.
As a mentee in the program you may receive at least 10 free mentoring sessions from qualified and trained music mentors in: music production, songwriting, vocals, rapping, instrument playing and more.
Benefits of taking part in the mentoring program:
Become a mentor and help transform the lives of young people
Are you 18+, love making music and want to make a positive difference to the lives of disadvantaged young people at risk?
Join us as volunteer mentor and we will provide you with the training and guidance a to mentor a young person and help them achieve their potential as artists and human beings. We will match you up with a mentee based on your skillset e.g. whether that be in production, songwriting, singing, guitar, keyboard or other. Music mentoring is such fulfilling journey that can transform not just your life, but the life of a young person in need of confidence, positive role models and an outlet for their creativity.
Benefits to being a music mentor
For those vulnerable Australians who need your help…