Corporate Mentoring Program Toolkits for Mentoring Organizations and Businesses
Working with business, non-profit, and government partners across Alberta, the Alberta Mentoring Partnership developed the following toolkits to help mentoring organizations recruit new volunteer mentors through corporate mentoring partnerships.
A corporate mentoring partnership is a relationship between a mentoring organization and a business
that results in the creation of a Corporate Mentoring Program between employees and kids. The program offers mentoring organizations the opportunity to recruit employees as volunteer mentors, and gives businesses a means to engage employees and build the corporate brand while giving back to the community.
Presentation: Become a Mentor
Hosting an information session? Download and edit this powerpoint (.ppt) and use this PowerPoint to inform employees about your Corporate Mentoring Program.
Posters: Raising Awareness of the Program
Download and edit these posters (.doc files) to raise awareness about the Corporate Mentoring Program, invite employees to attend information
sessions, and recruit employees as volunteer mentors.
Brochure: Your Mentoring 101
Inform employees about mentoring basics.
Brochure: Ten Reasons NOT to Mentor
Address top reasons employees might not want to mentor.
Brochure: Mentoring Program Champion Position Description
This editable brochure can be provided to employees interested in becoming Mentoring Program Champions.