The E-Mentoring program brings together established professionals and professionals immigrating to the region of Halton in occupational-specific mentoring relationships.
What professional newcomers need is local insight and access to labour-specific information that only a one-to-one professional connection with E-Mentor can offer.
Familiarize yourself with the mentoring program's requirements and steps to get involved.
The E-Mentoring program is a distance mentoring program which allows participants to communicate at their convenience and across the world in any time zone.
E-Mentoring helps establish professional and structured relationships by using technology to connect E-Mentors and E-Mentees
Learn about the multiple benefits of becoming an E-Mentor or E-Mentee.
Enhances leadership and coaching skills
Is recognized as a professional development activity
Provides an opportunity to give back to the profession
Enables you to shape your profession for future generations
Offers new insight and reflection on your own practices
Make an impact on someone's life. The strong sense of personal satisfaction gained from the rewards of seeing someone you've helped progress and succeed is immeasurable
Share your passion
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A professional with 5+ years' experience in a specific occupation.
Motivated to support and coach a newcomer with their occupational goals
Be interested in professional development
Be familiar with the Canadian workplace
Be sensitive to employment issues for skilled immigrants – and willing to learn
Want to contribute to the success of global talent in his/her profession
Be connected to professional and/or business networks
Have good interpersonal and communication skills
Have some insights about the regional labor market for his or her profession
Apply For The Program
If you have any questions regarding your file or registration, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Other Mentoring Programs
Halton Mentoring Partnership - Sheridan Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning:
The Mentoring Partnership brings together recent skilled immigrants and established professionals in occupation-specific mentoring relationships. Skilled immigrants entering the program have the education, experience, and language skills to succeed in the labour market. What they need are the local insights and access to professioanl networks that only a one-to-one professional connection with a Mentor can offer. The program mactches newcomers (Mentees) with mentors who share the same profession.
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