So it seems that there is interest on both sides. I've had some time to think about this and what everyone has said. I think perhaps the way forward is for those people who wish to mentor to PM me a short bio. This bio should have a few basic questions answered as a minimum: 1. How long have you been tying? 2. What style / type of flies are you interested in mentoring on? 3. What experience level of tier are you willing to mentor? (1 - 10, 1 being a complete beginner) 4. How are you willing to mentor? (face-to-face, online, both) 5. If face-to-face, where do you live? 6. Short paragraph about your tying experience. 7. Three examples (pics) of your work. (ensure that they are inline with question #2) Once I get these, I will post them for anyone interested and mentees can take it from there. I did consider your comments Dick but I think that if we make it a required length of time or pair people that it may be too formal. This also leaves mentees to seek out who they would like to pair with on their own. From there, the two people can work out the details allowing the mentor to be as structured as they want. I'm also interested in any comments and suggestions.