The INTL Mentorship Program matches emerging and experienced leaders in the Canadian international education sector. Mentors and mentees connect regularly over eight months and receive support and guidance from the INTL Mentorship Team.
- Mentors are experienced leaders who have been involved in International Education for more than 7 years.
- Mentees are emerging leaders have been involved in International Education for less than 7 years.
- Members who have been involved in International Education for 4-7 years may participate as both a mentor and/or a mentee.
- Available to individuals at CBIE Member Institutions.
Program structure & obligations once admitted to the program:
- Be an active participant by supporting your Mentee through their professional and personal goals from April to November (for Mentors).
- Mentees must express their goals for the year, expectations of the mentorship program, and areas of interest for conversation with their mentor.
- Connect with your Mentee/Mentor once a month (commitment of approximately 2-3 hours per month).
- Respond to a mid-term short survey.
- Respond to a program evaluation questionnaire once your commitment is finished.
Selection & Matching:
- National representation inclusive of geography, language and sector experience will be given priority in selecting program participants
- Matching will be conducted based on the responses within the Mentor and Mentee application
We will be happy to answer your questions about the application process.
As a professional learning community of CBIE, all activities and programming of the INTL are guided by CBIE’s Commitment to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
Meet the 2024 Mentorship Sub-committee!
Cecilia Rose, University of Victoria (co-lead)
Eloise Rolland-Carmichael, Loyalist College (co-lead)
AR Mistry, Okanagan College
Brandi Toplak, University of British Columbia – Okanagan Campus
Khue Lam, University of Guelph
Monika Klein-Marshall, Conestoga College
Phuong Anh Pham, Seneca Polytechnic
Rida Fatima, Western University
Zahid Sheikh, Thompson Rivers University