Whether you’re a small organization, a large corporation, or an individual, there are ways you can help us end racism and sexism through storytelling.
Become a Builder
Do you stay up at night dreaming of ways to change the world?
Are you creative? Have analytical smarts? Know how to rally your network?
We’re looking for senior and rising professionals to join BAYCAT Builders, an advisory council that helps us advance our strategic goals and deepen our impact. If you’re interested in joining, please fill out this short form.
Become a Mentor
Support the next generation of diverse media makers!
Mentor Our Young Adult Interns:
BAYCAT strives to provide extended support to internship graduates. We match creative professionals with interns who have similar career goals. Once paired with a mentee, you will engage with them twice a month for six months, supporting their career growth, job search, and network building.
Mentor Our Youth:
As a volunteer for the Youth Film or Graphic Arts classes, you’ll work alongside resident instructors to support our students on a particular project. We ask mentors to commit to attending eight classes over the 12-week program.
Click the button below and fill in the interest form. Our Academy team will get back to you with next steps.
Eric Pearson, Chairman of the Board, sharing his experience mentoring at BAYCAT.
Become a Corporate Partner
Through volunteerism, funding initiatives, employing our interns, and hiring our Studio to tell their stories, our corporate partners are helping to end racism and inequity. If you’re looking for a meaningful way to invest your team’s time or funds, contact us to see how we can build a partnership.
Share Our Stories
Through our youth and young adults programs, we produce many poignant, relevant, and untold stories. Feel free to share them with your friends, colleagues, and communities — the more our stories are shared, the greater the impact they’ll have. You may post our content on your social channels or embed it on your website, giving BAYCAT credit and linking back to our website.
In this video, our BAYCAT Academy youth storytellers talk about what it’s like not to see themselves represented in media.