BOND CREATIVE MANAGEMENT harnesses its considerable influence and deep-rooted expertise as a dynamic catalyst for the empowerment of young BIPOC creatives. BOND Creative Advancement Project (BCAP) is an ambitious and comprehensive initiative committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse landscape within the creative industries. BCAP, in its essence, is a multi-dimensional venture, offering a fusion of scholarship opportunities, an expansive mentorship program, and an internship placement initiative, all meticulously designed to provide both educational reinforcement and professional mentorship to the burgeoning talents of tomorrow.


As a Black-owned entity and a recognized diversity supplier, BCAP stands in a unique position of strength and insight, enabling us to extend expert consultation to prominent companies and cultural institutions in the creative sectors. Our objective is steadfast: to instigate and sustain meaningful change through the implementation of robust Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) strategies. In this journey, BCAP and BOND are not merely proponents of greater diversity; we are actively sculpting an industry ecosystem rich in diverse creative leadership for the future.


Navigating the path to scholarships at prestigious design schools presents formidable challenges, particularly for BIPOC students grappling with the intricacies of the intergenerational wealth gap. In recognizing this stark inequality, the BCAP Scholarship Program was established as a vital strategic endeavor to dismantle these barriers. Our mission is to accelerate the growth of the next generation of talent, empowering them to not only participate but to ascend as global leaders and pioneers of innovation.


BCAP's commitment transcends scholarship provision. Our team provides mentorship to youth, guiding them through the intricacies of forging and nurturing industry connections, a critical component of professional success.

Our dedication further encompasses partnerships with arts high schools and institutions, amalgamating them with BOND's extensive network of professionals across technology, fashion, and other design realms. BCAP actively develops specialized programs, participates in career fairs, and spearheads internships, ensuring that this invaluable knowledge reaches students at a crucial juncture in their career development.

If your organization is interested in collaborating with the BCAP mentorship and internship program, we invite you to contact us at to explore potential synergies.

Mentorship Program Requirements

Partnership with art institutions with a significant Black and Brown student body or a commitment to include Black and Brown students within their cohorts for participation in our program.

Scholarship Requirements

  • Must be a BIPOC Community member
  • Must be US Citizen or permanent resident
  • Current enrollment or intent to enroll full-time in a university-level design program for the first year
  • Application deadline June 1st.

Join us in this endeavor to nurture and elevate the diverse voices of tomorrow's creative leaders!

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New York, NY 10002
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