SQ Mentorship is a three-year program (2017-2019) delivered as part of Screen Queensland’s commitment to diversity and achieving gender parity in the screen industry.
Screen Queensland will provide one outstanding female screen or games practitioner $20,000 to undertake a self-structured mentorship program designed to elevate their professional practice by working with a mentor recognised as a leader and expert in their field.
Applications will be accepted from Queensland female talent at any stage of their career, working across creative and/or business roles in the screen and games industries. Applicants must demonstrate clear transformational goals and design strategic mentorship programs to help achieve these goals. Mentors should be recognised as leaders and experts in their field and should be committed to the program of activities proposed by the applicant. The make up of the program is entirely up to the applicant but at the core of all mentorships should be meaningful engagement, knowledge and skill-sharing between the mentor/s and applicant.
Applications for the first annual SQ Mentorship have closed.
Brisbane-based Kim Allom is the recipient of the 2017 SQ Mentorship.
How do I apply?
- Read through the SQ Mentorship Guidelines
- Contact Diya Eid, VP – Operations at Screen Queensland if you have any questions or would like to discuss your application (07) 3248 0500 / email@example.com
- Apply online at https://screenqueensland.smartygrants.com.au/ by 5pm Friday 14 July 2017. An automated application email will be sent to you within 30 minutes as confirmation that Screen Queensland has received your application. It is the applicant’s responsibility to contact Screen Queensland if you do not receive an application receipt email. Late, incomplete and/or ineligible applications will not be assessed.
- Allow approximately 6 weeks from the closing date to learn the outcome of your application. In this time, you and your mentor/s may be asked to provide further information or participate in an interview with Screen Queensland.