Internationally Educated Professionals

Eligibility Criteria

To participate in a MAPLE 2.0 mentorship placement program you must have:

  • Permanent Resident or Convention Refugee status*
  • Work-ready English language skills

* Canadian Citizens are not eligible to participate in this program.

Benefits of participating in MAPLE 2.0

  • Opportunities to acquire recognized Canadian work experience in your profession through up to three-month mentorship placement.

  • Access to knowledgeable staff, career advisors, trainings, and mentors who supervise you during your placements, providing you with advice, guidance and valuable input on your career transition.

  • Creation and expansion of your professional networks in Canada.

  • Acquisition of Canadian References.

How to register

  1. Contact your local MAPLE 2.0 Representative.
  2. Fill out a registration form or see your representative in person.
  3. A MAPLE 2.0 representative will meet with you to review your resume and set career goals.
  4. We will send your resume and cover letter to our partnering employers when opportunities arise.
  5. Once selected, you will have an interview with that employer.
  6. You will be matched with a supervising mentor and participate in a 4 to 12-week mentorship placement.
  7. You will receive weekly feedback from your workplace mentor, who will guide you as you develop Canadian work experience and expand your professional networks.