Fall 2022  Mentorship-Hybrid-Mentee registration refundable upon graduation

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Fall 2022 Mentorship-Hybrid-Mentee registration refundable upon graduation

Hispanotech Fall 2022 Mentorship Program (Hybrid - Mentee Registration fee is refundable upon graduation)

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EY Tower 100 Adelaide Street West 40th Floor Toronto, ON M5H 0E2 Canada

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Refund Policy

Contact the organizer to request a refund.
Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

  • 110 days 4 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

To participate, you will need a LinkedIn profile, if you don't have one, create it here: https://www.linkedin.com

What is Mentoring?

Mentoring is a relationship between one person (the Mentor) with certain knowledge, skills and connections, and another person (the Mentee) who wants to acquire more knowledge, skills, and connections for his or her own personal and professional growth.

What is the Fall 2022 Mentorship Program?

The objective of the Mentorship Program is to help internationally trained professionals make the transition to work in Canada, improve their skills and confidence while developing professional connections.

The Mentorship Program for 2022 is being organized by Hispanotech with the generous sponsorship of CIBC, Enbridge Inc. and EY's Latin Professional Network. 

The program matches immigrant professionals (Mentees) with seasoned professionals (Mentors) already established in Canada who share similar professional backgrounds and career interests.

Over a three-month period, each Mentor-Mentee pair works together defining a realistic set of goals and executing an action plan to achieve these goals.

How does it work?

Participants commit to an online or in person meeting once per week for three months. The program will try to match Mentors with a Mentee with similar backgrounds and interests.

The program will monitor and support the mentorship relationship through ongoing advice, group interactions, networking, and problem‐solving exercises.

Over the course of the program, we will present webinars and provide learning material to each pair of mentor and mentee.

Mentorship Program Requirements 

  • Mentors need to have a minimum of 3 years of direct experience in the Canadian labour market in their industry of professional practice
  • Mentees must be registered members of Hispanotech
  • Participants must complete a minimum of 12 hours of phone or online meetings in the season period
  • Participants must have a current LinkedIn profile
  • They must record each meeting in a log file
  • Participate at least in 2 of the 3 group meetings
  • Must be eligible to work in Canada as a full time employee (Canadian citizen, Permanent Resident, or holder of a Temporary Work Permit)
  • Participants that complete all the requirements will receive a certificate of participation in the program
  • Upon request, a letter certifying the total volunteer hours will be issued to Mentors so they can claim their Professional Development Units (PDUs)

The Track Record

400+ mentees who graduated from the program have obtained employment in their field, either during the length of the program or within 3 months after graduation.

​The Keys to Success

  • Fast paced Mentorship program with only 3 months in length "12 weeks to make a difference in someone’s life​"
  • 3 group meetings to enhance group support and networking​
  • Close measure and monitoring of progress ​
  • Learn from success stories as well as from peers challenges to move forward
  • Support from a dedicated team of Volunteers and Super-Mentors

Consent for Use of Media

Registration and attendance at, or participation in the Mentorship Program 2022, constitutes an agreement by the registrant to permit the organizer's use and distribution (both now and in the future) of the registrant's image or voice in photographs, videos, and other electronic reproductions of such events. For more detailed information, please go to https://hispanotech.ca/resources/Documents/marketing/Media-Recording-Disclaimer.pdf