teenage engineering education is the official source for learning about music making through the use of teenage engineering products. services offered include online training and tutorial videos, written guides and lessons, physical workshops and events, as well as access to the teenage engineering mentors.
the teenage engineering mentor team is a group of highly skilled, independent super-operators - experts in using teenage engineering products - each in their own unique way. they all have a heartfelt passion for teaching music and technology and can meet people at every level. they feel comfortable explaining both creative processes as well as conveying technical concepts in a clear, concise and correct manner and are great teachers, in that they are always ready to learn something new.
mentors use teenage engineering products in their daily work. through the mentor program, teenage engineering offers an official platform for sharing this work and knowledge with the community. mentors have a clear idea of what they want to offer when it comes to activities such as music making and performing, hosting workshops, teaching sessions, producing videos or live streaming content. the goal is to utilize teenage engineering product knowledge in order to help educate and bring awareness to the masses, by using already set social platforms.
the benefits for a teenage engineering mentor include:
- a teenage engineering welcome package.
- listing on the teenage engineering website.
- receiving early nda access to teenage engineering hardware, software and services.
- marketing support for events and activities.
- mentor access to the teenage engineering discord.
- educational discount with teenage engineering.
it's important to have a clear purpose for joining and a concrete idea of an activity to execute through the program. report related public activities and after an activity is done - follow up and set the next goal.
mentors represent teenage engineering and themselves by operating independently. they set their own agenda and are free to choose who to work with. it's expected to respond to external service requests from private persons and institutions. the mentor is free to negotiate their own fees. when teenage engineering request work to be completed by a mentor, we will clearly state the fee offered.
mentors sign a non-disclosure agreement (nda) to be able to get information about upcoming projects and features before public release. guidelines related to disclosing such information are followed strictly.
how to apply
to be considered for a mentor position please fill out the mentor program application form. you'll provide basic information about yourself, your relevant technical skills and experience, as well as your reason for applying. we will review the application and follow up for more information.