Call for mentors! Make connections that count.
Are you willing to share your professional knowledge, experience, and skills to help international student build their future in Nova Scotia, Canada? If the answer is yes, apply to become a mentor for EduNova’s Study and Stay™ – Nova Scotia Program today!
About the Study and StayTM – Nova Scotia Program
The Study and Stay™ – Nova Scotia Program is designed to support a select group of final-year international students completing their post-secondary studies in Nova Scotia. The 10-month program provides participants with career development opportunities while helping them build strong community connections.
The program includes a managed mentorship component, providing opportunities for students to apply their learnings, network, and gain a deeper understanding of Nova Scotia’s workplace culture and job market opportunities. As a mentor of the program, you’ll have a chance to expand your own network, gain leadership skills and support an international student as they work toward launching a successful career and fulfilling life in the province.
You must currently be employed or retired in Nova Scotia to qualify as a mentor for the Study and Stay™ – Nova Scotia Program. Ideally, as a mentor, you should have 2-3 years of experience working in your field. Those with less experience, however, may also be considered.
Applications for mentors are now open! Deadline for applications is January 21
To submit an application, download our iCent app to your mobile device or access it through our web browser by clicking the buttons below:
Once you’ve accessed our iCent app, please follow the steps below to create an account and submit your application:
- Choose “Canada” as your country and “Study and Stay™ – Nova Scotia” as your organization.
- Enter your preferred email address and press “continue.”
- You’ll receive an email from iCent Support with an alphanumeric PIN code. Enter the PIN code and tap “continue.”
- Complete your user profile and program profile.
- Fill out your mentorship application. If you wish to skip this step and complete it later, you can access your application again by clicking the “apply now” button on your dashboard.
As a mentor, you’ll:
- meet with your assigned student 4-6 times between January and June 2022;
- share your knowledge, skills, advice, and connections;
- work one-on-one with your mentee to support their professional learning goals;
- give your mentee feedback on areas of strength and improvement;
- be open and responsive to questions related to working in the province; and
- be available to support your student in their professional journey.
Mentors will have the opportunity to join our onboarding process, during which more information about the program and training resources will be shared.
See what some of our past mentors have had to say about their time in our program!