An Indigenous Power of Mentoring: A Virtual Career Mentoring Event with Starbucks & Indigenous Young Leaders

When
November 23, 2022 from 4pm to 5:30pm
Eastern Time (UTC-05:00)
Details
Registration for Young Indigenous and Two Spirited Young Leaders

Mentor Canada considers all Indigenous Youth as Indigenous Young Leaders; honouring that Indigenous Youth are the future leaders of our communities and respecting the principle of taking care of the next 7 generations.

Indigenous Young leaders, are you interested in expanding your professional network, exploring career pathways, and gathering insights on how other Indigenous and non-Indigenous professionals navigated their path to employment and beyond? 

Please consider joining our Indigenous Power of Mentoring: Focused Connections event! 

Join us from across Canada in your time zone:

1 - 2:30 pm PT / 2 - 3:30 pm MT / 4 - 5:30 pm ET 

More about this event

Mentor Canada is teaming up Starbucks Canada Indigenous Partner Network to host a virtual event called Indigenous Power of Mentoring: Focused Connections. Indigenous Power of Mentoring events are focused on building connections, enhancing employment skills, and increasing access to job opportunities for Indigenous Youth, ages 18 - 30.

Starbucks Canada believes mentorship is a powerful way to invest in the communities it serves, support young people in achieving their dreams and aspirations, and bring people together to foster a sense welcoming and belonging. Partners of the Starbucks Indigenous Partner Network help to promote this culture of inclusion by creating trusted spaces where everyone can be heard with equality, honesty, and where respectful dialogue is fostered. Its partners join as mentors to help empower Indigenous youth to believe in themselves, fulfill their potential in the workplace and build resilience.

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The 90-minute event will begin with a facilitated panel discussion with Indigenous and non-Indigenous Mentors and Starbucks Canada partners (employees) sharing their career and life journey. Following the chat, everyone will breakout in small group discussions where Starbucks Canada employee volunteer mentors will share with a small group of Indigenous Young Leaders / mentees additional career experiences, insights on how to prepare for and navigate a job search and succeed once hired.

This is an opportunity for youth to ask questions, seek advice, knowledge, and information from Starbucks Canada professionals. At the end everyone will reconvene into a large group facilitated discussion and share highlights, and takeaway resources. 

Seeking more information or got questions? Please contact Tracy Luca-Huger from Mentor Canada.

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