Mentorship for Job Seekers
Need a Mentor? Start by Asking Us for Support!
The Career Foundation provides mentorship as a resource to job seekers during their job search. We develop mentoring partnerships by introducing and matching experienced professionals with individuals who are seeking a mentor.
The mentor provides guidance, information and connections to the job seeker to help clarify and strengthen their career path.
What is a Mentor?
A mentor is a role model who provides coaching, guidance, and support to the mentee concerning workplace skills, job performance, and career progression. Mentors are often referred to as coaches. Additionally, they have experience in their field and be able and willing to voluntarily enter into a mentoring relationship. Mentors are good listeners, resourceful, and want to help others reach their potential.
Types of Mentoring
Benefits of Mentoring
Mentorship Eligibility & Process
To be eligible for mentorship, you must be a registered client with The Career Foundation. Based on your previous work experience and educational background, our team of Employment Specialists and Employer Services Consultants can assist with setting up a mentoring arrangement between you and an experienced professional.
Want to Become a Mentor? Apply Today!
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, please complete the online application form below. We would like to learn more about your interest in mentorship as well as your experience and educational background. We will review your application and contact you to arrange a meeting to discuss the mentorship screening, matching procedures, and the mentorship agreement.