Soho House Mentorship Program

Apply to the next cohorts in Hong Kong,
Mumbai, and Bangkok.


Take your passion and purpose to new heights

What is the Soho House Mentorship Program?
A free, self-paced, 12-week program where you can bring your project idea to life and be matched with a world-class mentor who will support you throughout the process.

Who is eligible to join?
Creatives aged 18-26 in Hong Kong, 20-26 in Bangkok, and 21-26 in Mumbai. You must be of legal drinking age in these cities at the time of application. 

What do you need to join?
You will need to pitch a creative project idea. You can check out what past mentees did here. Mentors who will be matched with you are from diverse industries such as advertising, architecture, event management, entrepreneurship, fashion, film, interior design, marketing, photography, TV production, writing, and technology. 


Hong Kong


What's in it for you


Get a sought-after year-long membership at Soho House


Gain access to creative leaders in the Soho House network


Learn business tactics from the industry’s best through professional development workshops 


Build genuine, lifelong friendships with your fellow mentees

How the program works

As a mentee, you must be present in Hong Kong, Mumbai, or Bangkok during the program. We highly encourage mentees to enjoy Soho House by utilizing the space for their meetings, but the program is designed to be flexible and self-paced. You are expected to attend workshops and to meet with your mentor every two weeks at your agreed schedule. The time investment is typically 50 – 70 hours for the entire program.


Stories that inspire

The world isn’t fair, but for others, the scales are tipped so unfavorably that they almost disappear. Terenia Puspita, a domestic helper in Hong Kong, knows the feeling all too well. In an effort to shine a light on her community, she created a short film called The Thin Line under the mentorship of Louise Wong, the founder and creative director of Creative City. With Louise’s guidance, Terenia captured the mental struggles of Hong Kong’s migrant workers in a profoundly poignant manner, delivering a message that doesn’t just hit home, but also resonates well beyond its intended audience. For one glorious moment, all of us were seen.

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HK Group Photo with Karina Lao and Natalie Ng
An Emerging Artist

In pursuit of art, one needs to face one’s own fears. For Natalie Ng, a Creative Media and Advertising student at the Open University of Hong Kong, said fears stemmed from feelings of self-doubt. With award-winning illustrator Jonathan Jay Lee guiding her, however, Natalie gained the confidence to draw a brighter future for herself. 

Her first project: A comic book featuring Avonatie, an original character that mirrors her own curiosity about the world. In 12 weeks, Natalie didn’t just complete the challenge; she also made her formal debut as an artist in a mini exhibit at Soho House Hong Kong.

A Future Best-selling Novelist

Words have weight and Karina Lao is using that power to tell the story of an LGBTQ couple in traditional and conservative Hong Kong. Under the experienced tutelage of South China Morning Post CEO Gary Liu, Karina was able to bring to life characters she’s had inside her and a story she’s wanted to share for so long to a wider audience.

All throughout the 12 weeks, she felt constantly inspired to create and improve her storytelling skills. By the end of the program, she had a noteworthy excerpt in her hands, the pages of which might just be in tomorrow’s next best seller.

HK Group Photo with Natalie Ng

Apply to the 2024 cohort

Submit your application form by May 17, 2024.