Mentoring Program

The Engineers and Geoscientists British Columbia mentoring program allows experienced licensed professionals to transfer their skills and knowledge to aspiring and current professional members. The program provides guidance on the following topics:

  • Engineers and Geoscientists BC registration process
  • Career counselling
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Retirement and succession planning
  • General mentoring
  • Establishing a professional network

Mentoring Video

Watch the video below to learn how the Mentoring Program can impact the careers of Engineers and Geoscientists both as mentees and mentors.


 
 

2019 Mentoring mix and mingle

On May 30, 2019, enjoy a free evening of networking and hear from D.C. Lambert professional service award winner, Dr.Sheryl Staub-French, as she shares insight on the power of mentoring and the impact it has on cultivating a diverse and inclusive profession. This event is open to current mentoring program participants as well as individuals who are not currently part of but interested in the mentoring program.

There are 4 hosted Mentoring Mix and Mingles including events in Vancouver, Victoria, Okanagan, and Peace River. This is a business casual event with food and drinks provided compliments of Engineers and Geoscientists BC Mentoring Program.

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For Mentors

Benefits, requirements, application form and profile access for Mentors.

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For Mentees

Benefits, requirements, application form and profile access for Mentees.

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Mentoring Program Profile

View and edit your existing mentoring program profile.

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If you have questions please contact [email protected].

Contact Mentoring
For any questions about mentoring, please email [email protected].
Mentoring Advisory Committee
Jesse Corrigan, P.Eng.
Winnie Lai-Fong, P.Eng.
Andy Randell, P.Geo.
Kevin Turner, P.Eng.
Sanjay Chandok, P.Eng.
Pradeep Narayanaswamy, P.Eng.