Scoop Makhathini Invites Young Creative Males To Join Him As He Offers Free Mentorship

Scoop Makhathini Invites Young Creative Males To Join Him As He Offers Free Mentorship. Scoop Makhathini has announced the date of when he will officially launch his mentorship programme which focuses on mentoring young boys.

The TV host shared earlier this year that he will be venturing on a journey to further offer help to young creatives.

“Starting a mentorship program this year.will choose a group of 10 to 12 kids i will personally mentor.looking for ages 14-24, males only..must be involved in the creative fields … “mystery scoop system” derived from “egypt’s mystery school system” … details on how to apply to follow.”

The radio host has also been offering young and upcoming rappers a chance to get their music on radio. The aim was to provide them with opportunities to break into the industry and make a name for themselves.

On his official announcement he mentioned precisely that he is looking to mentor young boys from the age o 15 to the age of 24. They must be creative beings who are talented artists with a will to learn.

“Throughout my 12 years in the entertainment industry, many kids have come up to me and asked me to be their mentor. I shied away from the responsibility because i didn;t know what i was going to say to them and what mentorship would actually entail.

“This is formal invitational call-out for only young boys and young males. They have to be creatives as well, painters, sculptures, fashion designers, graphic designers and guys involved in film,” he said.

For only males around Johannesburg, interested people are required to send a video explaining why they want to be part of the programme.

Watch below for more info.

Aphelele Peyana

Aphelele Peyana is a seasoned journalist at SA Hip Hop Mag. You can contact her on sahiphopmag@nine80.com

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