Coverfly Career Mentorship
A free 6-month mentorship with professional writers
An exclusive free mentorship program available to writers with a project that has placed on The Red List. Mentors include film and television writers with multiple credits at the showrunner and EP level for major networks and studios. Each month the mentor will select one writer from The Red List for six months of career mentorship.
The program will focus on career development over craft or writing. We hope to emphasize the importance balancing career/networking in addition to strong samples.
While the mentor will have set criteria, all writers who have appeared on The Red List are eligible. Make sure you are eligible by setting your projects to discoverable today!Make Your Projects Discoverable
Prepare your Profile
Each month, the participating mentor will select their mentee from The Red List based off of criteria including but not limited to:
- work experience
- life experience
- personal background & interests
- project subject matter
We highly recommend your profile be as up to date as possible including a bio, career goal, life experience tags, and any industry experience.Update Your Profile
December 2021 Mentor
Adrian Viña is originally from a small border town in South Texas. He’s been a working writer for over six years and has worked in television and movies. His credits include the Nickelodeon movies: LIAR, LIAR VAMPIRE and BLURT!. He is also an alum of the prestigious Disney Television Writing Program and an instructor at Script Anatomy.
About the Partnership
Coverfly and the Act Two podcast have partnered together for this exclusive monthly mentorship program.
Appropriately named, Act Two refers to writers that have elevated to the "second level" of their career. Each month, Act Two will provide a mentor who will select a writer from The Red List for a six month long mentorship program.
For more info about the program, check out to this episode of the Act Two Podcast where Tom Dever, Coverfly's Head of Writer Development, discusses the pogram in more detail.r