Engineering Professional Success
About the OSPE Mentorship Program
Originally funded by Status of Women Canada (SWC), the 18-month Pilot Mentorship Program was designed to increase the retention and advancement of women in engineering. Now a permanent program, OSPE mentors will continue to provide mentees with critical support along their licensure and career journeys.
Since 2016, OSPE’s mentorship program has connected more than 100 recent engineering graduates with experienced professional engineers across Ontario.
What is a mentor?
Mentors in OSPE’s program provide recent engineering graduates with support in four key areas, namely licensure, career planning, entrepreneurship and networking, both virtually and face-to-face.
What is a mentee?
Mentees in OSPE’s program are eager to learn and to advance their careers, openly seeking and embracing feedback from their mentors. Mentees identify personal learning goals and measures of success for the mentoring relationship.
Interested in joining the program?
OSPE uses MentorCity, an online platform to connect you to meaningful mentoring relationships.To sign up as a mentee, please email email@example.com
To sign up as a mentor, please register on OSPE’s Ambassador Program
- Marie-Eve Charest Belzile, P. Eng., MBA, PMP
- Vanessa Takim-Ndifon, EIT
Contributing PartnersOntario Network of Women in Engineering, Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO), PEO York Chapter, and The Canadian Centre for Women in Science, Engineering, Trades
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