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🎙️ Listen to Fall 2020 Mentor Shani Gwin talk about the BIPOC focussed mentorship program on Edmonton AM: interVivos looks to bridge the diversity gap at work (December 2020)
Shani and Teneya Gwin are a part of our first-ever Black,…
Registration for Protégés is now open
interVivos is launching its Fall 2020 Mentorship Program on December 1, 2020. This Edmonton program will showcase Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) volunteer mentors. Ambitious professionals…
Mentorship makes a difference. If you look through our blog, you'll find plenty of reasons why having someone tell you that you are on the right track is a big deal. There is something to be said about connecting with a mentor who has had similar…
https://intervivos.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/intervivos-BIPOC-blog-main-e1605061970113.jpeg4871021Zohreh Saherhttps://intervivos.ca/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Intervivos_black_logo1.pngZohreh Saher2020-11-11 02:36:412021-02-12 04:53:54The Importance of Mentors who are Black, Indigenous, People of Colour
I have enjoyed my time as an advisor to interVivos. I have had the pleasure of meeting talented, curious, involved young women and men who are, and will, make a difference in our community. interVivos provides a meeting place for people, some are new to the city, others not – but interVivos provides all with an opportunity to gather, to share, to learn and to inspire each other (with a healthy portion of fun!).
Anne McLellanformer Deputy Prime Minister of Canada
I attended a mentorship launch after returning home to Edmonton and at a point where I was transitioning in my career. Just being in a room with so many engaged, local professionals was valuable to me.
I was paired with a woman whom I found inspiring on both a professional and personal level. Her mentorship, guidance, and support has extended beyond the six-month timeline of the program and I am grateful to have found a mentor who has evolved into a friend.
from a protégé
As a repeat mentor, I am continually impressed by the caliber of mentors and protégés plus the organizational skills and resource readiness of interVivos. I continue to learn more about myself as a business leader, and the goals and ambitions of up and coming entrepreneurs. The pairing event that launches each mentorship session complements the program.
from a mentor
Thank you for an excellent and inspiring event. As a panelist, I really loved the format and felt as if I was joining such interesting and engaging conversations each time I switched tables. The format allowed the participants to guide the discussion and keep the momentum going. I was honoured to be included as part of the event.
from a panelist
Thank you for putting on a fantastic event! So privileged to hear and meet with all these amazing people making a difference in our community.