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    The Mentoring Partnership initiative brings together skilled, recent immigrants and established professionals in occupation-specific mentoring relationships.

Become part of the success!

The Mentoring Partnership initiative brings together skilled, recent immigrants and established professionals in occupation-specific mentoring relationships. Mentors give 24 hours of their time over a four-month period to help their mentee navigate the job search process by sharing their knowledge, experience and professional networks. Mentoring plays a critical role in building networks and developing effective job search strategies.

Your Benefits:

  • establish professional networks
  • identify skills required by market demands
  • build confidence
  • learn to identify and seize employment or job training opportunities
  • understand employer's expectations and the Canadian workplace culture

Mentees are individuals who:

  • have been living in Canada for 3 years or less and have no prior work experience in Canada in their field
  • are eligible to work in Canada
  • have the English skills required to perform effectively in the workplace
  • are unemployed or underemployed, working 20 hours or less per week
  • have at least 3 years of work experience outside of Canada in their area of expertise
  • have achieved at least a Bachelor's degree - or equivalent post-secondary education - from outside of Canada

Contact Information

Phone: 416.748.7200 x 208

Email: maggie.alongimaxwell@humber.ca

Maggie Alongi-Maxwell, Mentor Coach