Ajit Jain

It’s an all too familiar story: Binod Paudel, a science instructor at Kathmandu University, is currently working as a security guard to make ends meet in his new home, Canada.

His fate and those of dozens of others inspired Tulsi Dharel, a professor at Centennial College, to start a mentorship program to help Nepalese migrants build careers. He started the Professional Nepalese-Canadian Mentorship Program last year with 40 mentees and only 15 mentors, but now he’s attracted 75-plus volunteer mentors, and is planning to expand the project across Canada.

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Source: The Globe and Mail