CPAC-RBC Youth Mentorship Program Starts Accepting Applications

Mentorship has proved to be one of the most effective ways of helping young people start a professional career in Canada. The CPAC-RBC Youth Mentorship Program aims to assist young people aged 21 to 35 in gaining knowledge of the Canadian workplace, learning job search and related soft skills, and finding professional employment in their fields of training through the guidance and advice of established professionals (mentors). This is an enhanced mentorship program, with the additional components of employment counselling and systemic skills training to make the participants (mentees) job ready.

Program Components

  • Mentoring by established professionals (12 weeks)
  • Effective communication skills training
  • One-on-one employment counselling
  • Job search workshops
  • Resume writing and interview preparation with experienced career coach
  • Internship and work placement opportunities
  • Networking opportunities with employers
  • Connection with professional associations

Target Audience

  • Job seekers in the fields of Engineering, IT, Accounting and Finance

Program Eligibility

  • Ages 21 to 35
  • Canadian citizens, landed immigrants or international students
  • Degree or diploma from a post-secondary institution
  • CLB level 7 or above (internationally educated applicants)
  • Legally entitled to work in Canada

For registration and inquiries, please contact Aliseen Bennett at (416)-298-7885 x109 or