Find A Mentor

Learn from people who have done what you aspire to do.

Networking is one of the ways to start and manage your career. For newcomers and immigrants, networking is a highly effective way to start a job search and meet professionals who can introduce you to new opportunities, but it can be done wrongly and we want to help you avoid that. You don’t have to do it on your own

97% Of those with a mentor, 97% say they are valuable (Source)
5x Mentees are promoted 5 times more often than those without mentors. (Source)
25% A study showed that 25% of employees who are part of a mentoring program had a salary increase in comparison to the 5% who didn’t participate. (Source)

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