interVivos Summer 2019 Mentorship Program Launch
Time: 5:30pm - 9pm
Place: The Foundry Room
WHAT TO EXPECT AS A PROTÉGÉ:
- 16 female mentors are introduced to 16 protégés at our program launch.
- For the first time, we are gearing a mentorship program towards women mentors. All gender identities are welcome to register as protégés.
- Prep sheets, promo material and an event program with mentor and protégé bios will be sent to you before the launch.
- The launch is structured in a speed-rotation style, where mentors and protégés will discuss their goals and expectations in sixteen 7-minute conversations.
- At the end of the launch, mentors and protégés rank their mentorship choices and interVivos makes the matches at the end of July.
- Mentors and protégés are welcome to meet as often as they would like, but we require at least 3 in person meetings during the 6-month program (August 2019 to January 2020).
- Protégés pay $80 to participate in the program. There is no charge for mentors.
- interVivos performs check-ins throughout the 6-month program and provides resources to assist you with your match.
Light snacks will be provided and there is a cash bar. Free parking available.
Repeat protégés are welcome to register!
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interVivos is seeking protégés for our Summer 2019 Mentorship Program! Since 2006, interVivos has paired protégés with Edmonton’s established leaders from a variety of professional fields and backgrounds. Learn more about the interVivos Mentorship Program by checking out our video!
- Alana Williams, Senior Account Director, DDB Canada
- Barb Hudkins, Owner, Director/Learning and Development Manager, BHB Academic Consulting Inc./Volunteer Alberta
- Caren Hui, VP of Misc. Stuff, Yogalife Studios
- Carina Ludgate, Founder and Principal, Henryk Branding Co.
- Erum Afsar, Director of Enforcement, The Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta
- Fawnda Mithrush, Executive Director, Litfest
- Jill Chesley, Senior Diversity & Inclusion Consultant, City of Edmonton
- Kelly A. Buckley, Director at Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of Women, Government of Alberta
- Linda Ha, Owner, Barber Ha
- Marnie Gomes, Assistant General Manager, Edmonton Convention Centre
- Marta Gomez, Executive Director, The King’s University Foundation
- Moira Váně, Crown Prosecutor, Government of Canada
- Naz Sohni Uppal, Television Personality/Radio Personality/Reporter/Producer/Author
- Paula Kirman, Freelance Communications Professional
- Stephanie Coombs, Director, Journalism & Programming, CBC Edmonton
- Trudy Nastiuk, Executive Director, Safety & Compliance Services, Government of Alberta
Due to the popularity of the mentorship program, early registration is recommended as spots fill up quickly.