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Sign up as a mentor for National Mentoring Month

January is National Mentoring Month! What better time to build your leadership and coaching skills by signing up as a mentor?

Mentoring can bring many benefits for the mentee – but it’s a fantastic experience for the person doing the mentoring too. Giving just a few hours of your time to mentor an internationally educated professional can help you develop as a leader in today’s culturally diverse workplace. You’ll have a coach to support you through the mentoring relationship, plus access to online resources and our professional development series.

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Press release: The Mentoring Partnership Announces Plans to Grow

THE MENTORING PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCES PLANS TO GROW, CELEBRATES CHANGING THOUSANDS OF LIVES FOR THE BETTER

  • Established skilled immigrant mentoring program reaches landmark of 10,000 mentoring matches over 10 years
  • The Mentoring Partnership announces development plan through an investment by LEAP: The Centre for Social Impact, bringing transformative hands-on support over five years at its Annual Recognition Reception
  • The Mentoring Partnership’s Annual Recognition Reception will also celebrate outstanding corporate and volunteer mentors

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Help change thousands more lives through mentoring

It’s The Mentoring Partnership’s 10th Anniversary this year, and there’s extra reason to celebrate with the program passing 10 000 mentoring matches. We’re looking forward to an exciting future – and we want you to be a part of it.

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Are you ready for the changes to immigration laws in Canada that will affect your recruiting and hiring practices?

On Thursday November 20, TRIEC Campus will host a webinar that looks at the changes to immigration laws in Canada, and how they will affect your recruiting and hiring practices.The webinar will take a practical look at the impacts of these changes to your work as an HR professional or hiring manager. Our presenter, lawyer Sharaf Sultan, will draw on his expertise with workplace immigration, employment, and human rights law to answer these questions.

When: Thursday, November 20, 2014 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
How: Register online

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