Together we seek to make valuable contributions to the Canadian society where ITP’s have meaningful opportunities according to their talents, skills and expertise in the country they have chosen as home.
Mentoring is a relationship that meets the developmental need, helps develop full potential, and benefits all partners, mentor, mentee and the organization. - Suzanne Faure
Canadians and New Canadians may not share the same past but together we can build on the present for a better future
ITP Mentorship Program “From Volunteerism to Employment”:
Work placement environment |Job mentoring | Workshop & training| Peer support| Career development
Operating for over seven years now, the program has supported over 300 internationally trained professionals. 65% of the participants who completed the program have gained employment related to their field of expertise.