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Summer / Fall 2021 Mentorship Program

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What is Mentoring? 2021 Joint Mentorship Program

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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 Joint Mentorship Program 2021?

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 2021 is being jointly organized by 10 partners: Hispanotech, the Canadian Colombian Professional Association, Javerianos en Canada, ISACA Toronto Chapter, PwC's Latin Inclusion Network, EXATEC GTA, E&Y's Latin Professional Network, the Latin Project Management Network, The North Project Managers, and KPMG's Ibero-America 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
  • Mentors and Mentees must be registered members of one or more of the partner organizations
  • Participants must complete a minimum of 12 hours of phone or online meetings in the season period
  • They must record each meeting in a log file
  • Participate at least in 2 of the 3 online 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

350+ 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 online 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

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Hispanotech is a not-for profit Canadian corporation with the mission to promote the success and be the voice of Hispanics in Canada’s technology sectors.

Federally incorporated in 2008, Hispanotech is led by a volunteer-based Board of Directors. Hispanotech strives to achieve their mission through the organization of networking events and conferences featuring speakers from global corporations, covering leading-edge technology topics.

Also, Hispanotech has special focus groups such as Women in IT and actively partners up with other Hispanic professional organizations to collaboratively organize a solid and successful Mentorship Program.



The Canadian Colombian Professional Association, known as CCPA, is a member-based organization founded in 2001 by a group of professionals with the noble idea of contributing to the development and growth of the Hispanic community in Canada.

Delivering an unmatched range of information resources and professional development opportunities, the CCPA aims to help its members build and expand their career network in Toronto, Ontario and get their skills and talent recognized.

The CCPA collaborates closely with other Professional Associations, Government-funded agencies, Community Organization and diverse stakeholders in order to create opportunities for Spanish-speaking Internationally trained professionals living in. The CCPA is an organization affiliated with TRIEC, the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council and member of PINs – the Professional Immigrant Networks.



The Javerianos en Canada Association has the mission to promote the development of an ethical and professional community, characterized by unity and excellence. Their main commitment will be oriented dynamically and enthusiastically to the achievement of the integration of the Xaverians and the provision of human and professional support to all those who require it under the spirit of Javerianidad.

Javerianos in Canada's vision is to become a structured, united and clearly recognized association for the professionalism and social responsibility of its members. The Association will promote the development of Xaverian professionals in the Canadian labor market and will be an important pillar in the support of the Javerianidad, of the Colombian Community, and of the other communities in Canada.



The ISACA Toronto Chapter, with 2500 plus members, is the largest chapter in Canada and the 5th largest in the world. As of 2017, it will have existed in the Toronto information systems audit, control and governance community for 40 years, and is one of the most active ISACA chapters serving IT Governance, Risk, Audit, and Securityprofessionals.

The ISACA Toronto Chapter mission is to support the professional development of our members and enhance the benefits of IT governance, control and security in the business community.

ISACA member's experience with the Toronto Chapter will provide professional development, individual value in the business community and a sense of belonging to a professional organization. We are committed to increase the awareness of ISACA and enhancing the understanding of the benefits of IT governance, control and security in the business community.



EY is a global leader in assurance, tax, transaction and advisory services. The insights and quality services we deliver help build trust and confidence in the capital markets and in economies the world over. We develop outstanding leaders who team to deliver on our promises to all of our stakeholders. In so doing, we play a critical role in building a better working world for our people, for our clients and for our communities.




EXATEC GTA is the official community integrated by Tecnológico de Monterrey Alumni living in the Greater Toronto Area. We are a landing association that supports the new immigrant members to create community, develop network and learn the basics of our country. For the members already settled, we are the group where like-minded professionals get together to create and strengthen their network. Our main objectives are to be a link with our Alma Mater and to promote our professional profile in the community through professional, personal development, philanthropic and social transformation activities.

PwC Canada

In Canada, PwC has more than 6,700 partners and staff in locations from coast to coast.

With more than 110 years of excellence in Canada, PwC provides industry focused professional services including audit and assurance, risk assurance, tax, deals and consulting in areas such as cybersecurity and privacy, human resources, digital transformation and forensics. PwC helps resolve complex issues and identify opportunities for public, private and government clients.

As part of a global network of over 236,000 people in 158 countries, PwC helps organizations and individuals create the impact they’re looking for, by delivering the best of their collective thinking, experience and solutions to build public trust and enhance value for our people, clients and communities.


The North Project Managers (TNPM) is a group of Brazilian Project Managers living in Canada, from different backgrounds, areas of expertise and willingness to help each other by sharing experiences.

The TNPM administration has a firm commitment to creating a safe environment that encourages members to connect and interact with other professionals inside and outside the group, aiming to contribute to their success in Canada.

Our Vision is to be a reference in supporting the Brazilian professional community in Project Management. Our Mission is to unite and strengthen the Brazilian community of Project Managers in Canada.


The Latin Project Management Network is a federal registered not-for-profit organization based in Toronto run by a Volunteer Board of Directors and Volunteer members founded in 2005.

Our Mission: Assist professionals to succeed in the job market by fostering networking, mentoring, coaching, education and creating stronger communities.


Ibero-America Network (IAN) is a KPMG people network focused on promoting Latinx diversity by highlighting the businesses, cultures and languages within the Greater Toronto Area.

Our network creates a sense of belonging for members, provide education and awareness, advance recruitment and retention efforts, and inspire allyship to continuously inspire others to strive for greater inclusion in the workplace.


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