What is Mentoring?
Mentoring is a relationship between a mentor and mentee which focuses on long term career development, building skills, knowledge and understanding. By sharing their experience, mentors help to guide a mentee in their career development plan and personal growth.
Being a mentor allows you to have a true impact on your mentee’s career by helping them become more valuable to their organization and confident in their career. As a mentor, you will gain a personal sense of satisfaction from knowing that you have helped someone else.
Being a mentee allows you to expand your knowledge and skills, gain advice from a more experienced individual and build your professional network.
Introducing WLP’s Mentorship Program*
Thank you for your interest in the WLP Mentorship Program. We are happy to announce that registration for the next cohort of the Mentorship Program is now open. The Spring Mentorship program will run from June 1 to November 30, 2023. To find out more, please register for our Mentorship Event on April 26 by clicking on Event Registration.
*All WLP Members have access to the Mentorship Program at no extra cost. Space is limited so sign up early.
“I participated because I was at a crossroads in my career and I didn’t know where I wanted to go, but I knew I wanted something more and my mentor taught me how to deal with difficult discussions and situations. She also taught me how to put myself out there to get what I want out of my career.”
“The mentorship program was an excellent experience. It’s not just about sharing your experience as a mentor, it’s also about learning from your mentee. The relationship works only if both mentors and mentees are willing to put in the commitment and time to invest in each other. Thank you for the opportunity to participate in the Pilot. It was an excellent experience.”
« Je recommande une relation de mentorat à toute personne qui est prête à s’investir. »
« Et pour moi, c’est important dans ma carrière comme femme, de partager, de faire grandir les autres. »
If you have questions and want to speak with a member of the Mentoring Committee, please email us at
Your Mentoring Committee