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If you are new to Canada, you can build relationships through a mentorship program. Successful mentoring relationships can guide your career development in Canada. A local mentor can help you learn about Canadian work culture. As a mentee, you will develop your personal and professional network. This website provides you with resources to help you build your network and look for work in Alberta. And it will help you connect to organizations within Alberta that can match you with a mentor.

Frequently Asked Questions

Working with a mentor might sound like a good idea, but how do you know if mentorship is right for you? Find the answers to some common questions.

Where can I find mentors in Alberta?

Our site can connect you to mentorship programs across Alberta. These programs can pair you with professionals who share their experience and wisdom to help new or recent immigrants. 

Why should I become a mentee?

Because the mentor-mentee relationship is a promising start to your professional network, helping you adjust to Canadian workplace culture, enhance professional development, and increase confidence.

How and where do I meet my mentor?

Face-to-face meetings at a public facility or place of business are recommended, but sometimes online or phone meetings may be convenient as your needs change.

How will I be matched with a mentor?

Programs will have criteria to carefully match mentees and mentors. This could be based on shared educational background, similar work experience, common career goals, or other criteria.

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