A mentor is a professional member in good standing who has a strong understanding of his/her discipline and is willing to share that knowledge with current members-in-training, applicants, or other professional members.
You will have a unique opportunity to impact the career of a less experienced professional, which will not only enhance your leadership and coaching skills, but also enable you to help shape the profession for future generations. Mentoring is also recognized as a professional development activity.
As a mentor with Engineers and Geoscientists BC, you will be sharing your knowledge and experiences with a mentee throughout your one-year term. This can be done with in-person meetings, emails, phone calls, or e-meetings. It is encouraged that you invest at least one hour per month in the program.
A registration mentor provides mentorship on Engineers and Geoscientists BC’s registration process.
Registration mentors are required to take a short online training session on our Competency Experience Reporting System and/or work experience requirements.
A general/career mentor provides mentoring on career counselling, entrepreneurship, retirement, and succession planning, or general advice.
This mentor provides registration and general/career mentorship. They are also required to take a short online training session.
- Apply for the Engineers and Geoscientists BC Mentoring Program as a mentor.
- Once you have qualified for the program, your availability as a mentor is posted in the online mentoring program database.
- At that time, you may view our Mentee Listing profiles and request a match.
- The mentoring program coordinator will be in contact if a potential match is identified.
- It is the responsibility of the mentee to make initial contact with their assigned mentor.
Register as a mentor and start sharing your knowledge today.
Visit our online database where you can view profiles of available mentees.
To ensure you are prepared to assist the mentees, Engineers and Geoscientists BC has created several resources to assist you.
View frequently asked questions from current and potential mentors.
View and edit your existing mentoring program profile.