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.
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.
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 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 Economic Developers Alberta (EDA) Mentorship Program is exclusive to EDA members and designed to build professional relationships among economic developers who are looking for guidance or who are seasoned professionals that have knowledge to share.
The Collaborative Mentorship Network for Chronic Pain and Addiction (CMN) connects family physicians and multidisciplinary team members with colleagues who have experience and expertise treating pain and addiction.
Mentorship allows HR professionals an opportunity to hear first-hand about challenges they may be facing, and the unique solutions that Chartered Professionals in Human Resources (CPHR) Alberta members are finding to these situations.
Mentorship is a mandatory component of the Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) practical experience requirements.
The Cattlemen’s Young Leaders (CYL) Mentorship Program provides industry-specific training and interest-specific mentorship to assist the beef industry into the future.
At the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA), we understand that mentoring to take on a much wider scope. Career development is at the core of mentoring, and the transfer of knowledge is a two-way street between individuals engaged in a mentoring partnership.
Using such strategies as collegial support, reflective practice and collaborative learning, the program provides protégés and mentors with opportunities for professional growth and development.
The Mentorship Program matches Established and Senior Level museum professionals as Mentors with their Emerging and Mid-Career peers as Mentees.
Alberta Wheat Commission and Alberta Barley have launched the AdvancingAg Future Leaders program. This opportunity is designed to inspire future farm leaders through leadership and hands-on mentorship experience.