Mentor an immigrant professional and make a difference.

Powerful change is possible when people come together. Mentoring benefits both people taking part – find out how you can get involved.

BECOME A MENTOR FIND A MENTOR
Six Reasons You Should Become a Mentor:
“Create your own legacy and leave a lasting impact.”
“Build your coaching and leadership skills.”
“Become a leader in today’s diverse workplace.”
“Make a difference in someone’s life.”
“Learn about international business practices.”
“Give back to your professional community.”

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Mentor

Do you have two plus years’ professional experience in Canada? Mentors share their knowledge and insights with a newcomer, building their leadership skills in the process.

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Mentee

Have you immigrated to Canada in the last five years? Are you looking for work in your professional field? A mentor could help you build your network and reconnect with your career.

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Employer Partner

Build your organization through mentoring! Join the program to help change the lives of recent immigrants, and help your staff become leaders in an increasingly diverse market.

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Mentoring tools

Want advice on how to get the most our of your mentoring experience? Whether you are mentoring or being mentored, there are tools and resources to help you.

Over 18,000 Mentoring Matches

with Employer Partners including

Mentoring Moments

Mentors, mentees and partners share their experiences of mentoring.

TRIEC mentors have hit some pretty major milestones this year. Congratulations to outstanding mentors including 30 partnerships Veronica Seeto in the picture and 20 partnerships Pradeep Mathur. 10 partnerships: Anita Sampson Binder, Ashraf Sadek, Brian Galley, Bryna Joynt, Charles Marful, Colin Baskind, Daniel Yeung, Dhaval Vediya, Forouz Salehi-Rad, Gillian Watson, Hamid Mohammed, Iad Rahman, Ian Chin, Issie Lyon…

This year the Community Partner of the Year award was awarded based on a balance of accomplishments in outcomes, number of matches and feedback ratings from mentees themselves. After creating a model for generating the average score across all three categories, we were amazed to find that not just one, but three, of our amazing partners deserved this year’s award: ACCES Employment, JVS and Sheridan College.

Created for the 2nd Annual TRIEC Immigrant Inclusion Summit where TRIEC partners, thought leaders and mentors came together to celebrate our shared impact on newcomer employment success, the video features the four winners of this year’s Employer Partner Mentoring Milestone Award: TD and the City of Toronto who hit 2,000 mentor matches, CIBC who made it to 1,500 and RBC who achieved 1,000 matches.

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