The Mentorship Program is an initiative of the Writers’ Guild of Alberta designed to help promising emerging writers make the transition to the next stage of their careers.
VMSA Mentors support the individual entrepreneur. We ask "what's keeping you up at night?" and dive into sorting through noise and distractions to address the challenges and opportunities entrepreneurs face.
University of Calgary Mentor Link is a digital platform that makes it easy for UCalgary students and alumni to build connections through informal mentorship activities, including career conversations, professional development advice, industry insights; and networking opportunities.
The mission of the Bachelor of Health Sciences (BHSc) Mentorship Program is to facilitate and enable positive mentor relationships between volunteer University of Calgary faculty members and interested BHSc students.
The Undergraduate Research Initiative (URI) offers a variety of resources to help facilitate undergraduate research opportunities and to ensure that the experience is successful and rewarding for students and mentors alike.
Mentor teachers support and mentor student teachers. They use their professional judgment and knowledge to evaluate student teachers.
The Peer Network for Dispute Resolution is a partnership that has created a group of peer mentors who municipal leaders can contact to obtain advice and assistance to help address local issues.
An entrepreneurial training program with three components: online learning, in-person seminars, and mentorship based in Canmore.
Rural Family Economic Success Action Centre (RUFES) helps immigrants and refugees in rural communities learn – in an informal setting – about cultural practices, language, and resources available in the U.S. so they can successfully integrate into schools, workplaces, and communities.
This program is designed to provide proteges with guidance and advice on moving their career to the next level and mentors with the opportunity to share their wealth of knowledge with up and coming PMs.
The PGA of Alberta Mentorship Program provides guidance and direction to new Members of the Association (Apprentice Professionals). The objective of the Mentorship Program is to create a group of Members who are passionate about their careers, the industry and Association, leading to long-term commitment to the golf industry.
The National Mentoring Resource Center serves to provide youth mentoring practitioners with support in more deeply incorporating evidence-based practices to support positive youth outcomes. In the fall of 2013, MENTOR analyzed needs and trends in the field across a broad array of stakeholders, including national organizations, MENTOR’s local Affiliates across the country, and grassroots service providers. This analysis informed the initial development of the National Mentoring Resource Center.
Mentor Us is a peer-peer mentorship program developed by a team of nursing graduate students at the University of Alberta. The purpose of Mentor Us is to build community and promote a connection between MN and PhD students alike.
We provide networking, professional development, and informal mentoring opportunities to individuals including, but not limited to, Engineering, Technology and Science. Our mission is to build a community of professionals at all stages of their careers, potential employers, professional associations, volunteers and under-represented groups.
Mentorship for Rural Immigrants provides no-cost career mentorship and Canadian cultural learning opportunities to immigrants living in rural Alberta communities. The program combines online self-study and local in-person meetings over the course of several months.
Participants review online materials, articles, activities, and assignments related to key program topics. They are matched with a volunteer mentor living in their community and meet with their mentor regularly to discuss or clarify key program topics. Participants learn the “soft skills” that have been identified as important by Canadian employers. Upon completion of the program, participants often describe having improved skills, knowledge, and confidence to communicate more effectively in their Canadian workplaces.
The Medicine Hat Local Immigration Partnership (MHLIP) is a collaborative community initiative dedicated to improving integration and retention of newcomers. MHLIP seeks to engage stakeholders including employers, agencies, community, and immigrants themselves to act as an incubator for ideas, measure trends, identify needs, and mobilize appropriate community resources to meet those needs.
The Lloydminster Local Immigration Partnership’s primary purpose is to bring together local businesses, health and social service providers, institutions, and individuals to enhance current services and to build welcoming and inclusive community in Canada’s only boarder city, Lloydminster.
Lethbridge Family Services' programs and services ensure that regardless of language or cultural barriers, people who arrive in Canada are able to use their existing skills, learn new ones, and participate actively in all aspects of Canadian life. One of the pilot partners for the Alberta Mentorship Program.
The purpose of Mentor Connect is to improve the professionalism and success of Alberta lawyers. It engages experienced counsel to guide those with less experience to realize their career goals and achieve greater personal and professional balance in their lives.
The International Society of Automation (ISA) Edmonton Section Mentorship Program has been established to help mentees build and grow a career in automation. The program is eight months long and runs from November to June on a yearly basis. Mentees are paired with a mentor that has experience in the mentee’s area(s) of interest.