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Mentorship programs benefit mentees and mentors who develop relationships that foster professional and personal growth. They can also help bridge cultural gaps for immigrants who are new to the Canadian workplace. But a strong mentorship program also benefits the potential employers. Newcomers to Canada who complete a mentorship program will need less training and they will adjust more smoothly to the Canadian workplace. Develop your employees' leadership skills by encouraging them to become mentors. This website can connect you to mentorship programs that are working in your area.

Frequently Asked Questions

Wondering if partnering with a mentorship program is a good investment in your current and potential employees?  Find the answers to some common questions.

Where can I find mentorship programs in Alberta?

Our site can connect you to mentorship programs across Alberta. These programs can provide your current employees with development opportunities. They are also a resource to recruit recent immigrants who are more prepared to work in the Albertan workplace.

Who uses mentorship programs?

Mentorship programs are becoming increasingly popular and are used by companies of all sizes, including many Fortune 500 companies because they are proving to be an excellent way to develop employee skills and future leaders.

Why should we support a mentorship program?

Because mentorship programs support and foster the integration of skilled mentees so they can contribute to the Canadian economy to their full potential, and mentoring enhances your employees’ leadership skills.

What is the time and cost commitment?

Typically 1 to 2 hours per week from the mentor and/or mentee. This is an investment in employee development because mentorship programs can attract, educate, and retain employees best suited for your company.

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