Event: Professional Mentorship Program: An Info Session for Mentees

Dec 18

A professional mentor could guide your career decisions!  

*** Client Testimony ***

My mentor and I have completed the 12 hours commitment. We hit it off quite well, and I learnt a lot from [her] advice and mentorship. Thank you again for helping me board on such a fabulous program.

WX - Former Bank Employee from Asia


We have experience matching newcomers to professional accountants, customer service managers to finance officers in Metro-Vancouver. Our mentorship coach might connect you to a local professional as well.

When you have an important career related decision to make – whether to accept a short-term job offer, go back to school, taking on an internship - who do you turn to? Having a relationship with a trusted professional mentor who works in the local industries can guide you through making tough decisions and help you grow by learning what’s most suitable steps to grow your career in Metro-Vancouver.

A mentor can be someone who has experience in the career you want to pursue. Learn how to be matched with a mentor by attending one of the upcoming monthly information sessions to find a mentor who can help you be prepared for career success.


Basic Eligibility: this program is funded in by IRCC, which dedicated services for newcomers, who are permanent residents in Canada.  This program is for those who are interested to be a mentee. 

Register to attend the next information session: 

Organization Name:South Vancouver Neighbourhood House
Event Type:Employment
Start Date:2019-12-18 13:00
End Date:2019-12-18 15:00
Entry Fee:Free
South Vancouver Neighbourhood House
6470 Victoria Drive
British Columbia

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