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Mentors Make Your Mark as a Mentor

Give someone a boost as a mentor. 

Do you remember having a mentor or network that supported your growth as a professional? 

Canadians who are blind or partially sighted are just as capable but remain under-represented in the workforce. One contributing factor is confidence.  

That’s where you come in. 

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Come to Work is so much more than an employment program.  

It’s an opportunity to have a real and meaningful impact on someone’s life.  

It’s a place for those who want to volunteer, serve their community, enhance their personal portfolios, and make a difference.  

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Serve the community

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Make a difference

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You have so much to offer our talent pool.  

All it takes is:

  • A commitment to serve an average of one hour per month for three months.
    A positive attitude.

Thank you for being a safe space to land whenever I was facing a challenge, and thank you for helping me learn to take those challenges as learning opportunities.

– Jenn MacNeil Come to Work Participant

I really like the feeling of being able to help somebody feel more confident in themselves. I encourage anyone to become a mentor for the Come to Work program.

– Becki Zerr, Saskatchewan Come to Work Mentor

Become a mentor. 

Sign Up to Become a Mentor