Applications must be submitted through the online form and you will need a reference from your current employer.
Successful applicants will be matched with a mentor – an experienced female PR figure – who will offer guidance through face-to-face meetings and other forms of contact.
The project is a joint initiative between PRWeek and Women in PR that is designed to tackle the lack of female leaders in comms.
This is the second year the project has run, and we welcome three new mentors to the group: Shelley Facius, founder and MD of Juice PR; Christina Kelly, MD of Golley Slater Scotland; and Ginny Paton, MD of House PR.
Don't forget to read about how the 2014 Mentoring Project helped the careers of both mentors and mentees.
The full list of 15 mentors is below:
* Molly Aldridge, CEO, M&C Saatchi PR
* Lauren Branston, founding partner, Lauren Branston Consultancy
* Alison Clarke, CEO UK & Ireland, Grayling
* Gay Collins, founding partner, Montfort Communications
* Jackie Cooper, global chair, creative strategy, Edelman
* Sally Costerton, consultant, Sally Costerton Advisory
* Shelley Facius, founder and MD, Juice PR
* Rachel Friend, MD, Weber Shandwick London
* Nicola Green, director of comms and reputation, 02
* Christine Johnson, partner, Bell Pottinger Corporate & Brand
* Denise Kaufman, CEO, Ketchum London
* Christina Kelly, MD, Golley Slater Scotland
* Ginny Paton, MD, House PR
* Kelly Walsh, chief strategy officer, MSLGroup London
* Mary Whenman, MD, corporate, financial and public affairs, Weber Shandwick