CPA Ontario: MAP to Success – Mentorship, Achievement, Possibilities

Submitted by Karun Tangri | Posted on September 14, 2017
Career

Submitted on behalf of: CPA Ontario.

CPA Ontario: MAP to Success – Mentorship, Achievement, Possibilities

Are you seeking networking opportunities, career advice and mentorship from a seasoned professional? Then you won’t want to miss out on applying for CPA Ontario’s new MAP to Success program – your chance to apply for a spot with a hand-picked CPA mentor.

Thirty CPA mentors from various industries, backgrounds, and regions have been selected to lead and advise thirty lucky post-secondary students.

Selected mentees will be setting a goal focused on developing a professional skill or ability. Mentors will be supporting their mentee throughout the goal setting process and will be providing feedback and coaching along the way.

Each selected mentee will receive the following benefits from their CPA mentor:

  • One-on-one coaching
  • Resume and cover letter critique
  • Mock Interview, feedback and a discussion on common hiring processes
  • Office tour (workplace permitting)
  • Networking opportunities
  • Professional development

How to apply to MAP to Success:

To be eligible, all applicants must first join the Post-Secondary Ambassador Program (PSAP). Register at cpaontario.ca/psap

After joining PSAP, apply for MAP to Success.

The deadline is September 29. Apply soon and don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity!

 

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