OSPE is committed to supporting diversity and inclusion in engineering. In 2017, we established a pilot mentorship program funded by Status of Women Canada. The results of this pilot demonstrated that a formal mentorship program is essential to achieving a more diverse engineering profession.
Thanks to the generous support of Hydro One and Transport Canada, OSPE’s Engineering Mentorship Program has become a permanent offering for OSPE members who want to obtain their license, and it is a valued benefit of membership for mentors and mentees alike.
Mentors provide support to recent engineering graduates in four key areas:
- Obtaining licensure
- Career planning
- Enhancing professional networks
Interested in joining the program?
OSPE uses MentorCity, an online platform to connect you to meaningful mentoring relationships.
To sign up as a mentee, please email email@example.com.
To sign up as a mentor, please register on OSPE’s Ambassador Program.
Ontario Network of Women in Engineering, Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO), PEO York Chapter, and The Canadian Centre for Women in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology.
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