Today is Giving Tuesday – a global movement dedicated to giving and volunteering each year after Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It’s a time when individuals, charities and companies join together to give back and think of others. Celebrating Giving Tuesday doesn’t necessarily require your money or donations. Instead, mentoring a newcomer could be the most meaningful way to join this world wide celebration. Here are simple steps for you to become a mentor.

Step 1. Define your expertise & knowledge to give

Think about your experience and knowledge relevant to mentoring a professional newcomer. In our mentoring program, TRIEC Mentoring Partnership, mentors are matched with mentees who have the same career paths. You are encouraged to become a mentor if you have worked for at least two years in your field in Canada, and if you want to develop professionally. Giving just 18 hours of your time over three months could help change someone’s life. Thanks to mentors, 77% of mentees find a job in their field within six months after completing the program.

Step 2. Learn about the benefits you’ll gain as a mentor

To support your participation, we give you practical mentoring resources including webinars, workshops, e-learning modules and networking events. These will help you grow further as a leader – 95% of our mentors now say they are better able to motivate, coach and develop people. Click here to see details.Step 3. Apply today & share your mentoring activity with your network

Are you ready to celebrate Giving Tuesday by mentoring a professional newcomer? Do you want to learn more? Contact us and become a mentor. Click here to apply now and let us know your skills and expertise. To proceed with your application, a mentoring coach will contact you on the program’s behalf and help you to connect with a job-ready mentee. If you are not ready to become a mentor just yet, no worries. You could simply share this blog post with your network of professionals to help us reach out to new mentors and mentees.

Have a question? Check out our Mentor FAQ on the website or feel free to contact