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Various resources linked to mentoring, such as online resources, reports, organizations or programs are featured in this section. You are welcome to add mentoring resources that do not already figure on this list.

The Mentor and Protégé Handbook (Business Mentorship Institute of Saskatchewan Inc.)

  The Business Mentorship Institute of Saskatchewan Inc. (BMI) received a grant in 2009 to support the Entrepreneurial Mentorship Support Network, a transfer of a program originated in Quebec that aims to become the leading provider and resource for mentorship supporting businesses in Saskatchewan. Economic and business development organizations in Saskatchewan have partnered with BMI to provide mentorship matching services to their stakeholders. BMI is a resource to its partners whether they are geographically community-based, industry-based, or serve a special interest group.

Uprooted U Toolkit: Tools for Reproducing a Post-Secondary Education Program for Precarious Status Youth

The Uprooted U Toolkit contains tools for reproducing a post-secondary education program for precarious status youth and provides an overview of the program structure and administrative resources such as application forms, acceptance letters, and learning contracts.

Volunteer as a career mentor

Do you have an hour a week to volunteer as a career mentor? The Career Mentorship Program involves pairing an internationally trained professional with a Canadian currently working in the same or a similar field. The Mentor contributes approximately one hour per week over a minimum three month period to the partnership. However, typical mentorship relationships last longer. Together the Mentor and Mentee develop an employment strategy for the Mentee. Each week they review progress, discuss questions and concerns and further define the strategy. The mentor supports the mentee in developing their professional network, developing an understanding of the Canadian working culture and in fine tuning their cover letters, resume and interviewing skills. The mentor often acts as a source of encouragement and inspiration throughout the employment search process. Please note that we require a minimum of two years’ work experience in Ottawa.  

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