Scotiabank’s Rising Leader Mentorship Program

| May 2, 2019
Submitted by Meghan Forbes for SE-CPD

Scotiabank’s Rising Leader Mentorship Program

Scotiabank’s Rising Leader Mentorship program is designed for second year university students, enrolled in business or STEM programs that have a passion for Capital Markets. Our program supports and develops women early in their academic career by providing exposure, insights and opportunities to learn about Capital Markets from experienced professionals.

The mentorship program will run from August 2019 to May 2020. During this program mentees will meet with their mentors on a regular basis to discuss the topic of the month and have the opportunity to attend group program sessions focused on providing learning and development opportunities. Discussion topics may include, but are not limited to:

  • Introduction to Capital Markets
  • Networking best practices
  • Elevator pitch
  • Resume and Interview workshops

Mentees will also have the opportunity to engage with senior leaders to discover different career path opportunities within Capital Markets.

We are committed to offering you extensive opportunities for development and professional growth. Simply put, your future is our investment.
This program is open to students across Canada at select Universities. Due to the geographically concentrated nature of the industry, geographic proximity between mentors and mentees may not always be feasible, but will be prioritized wherever possible.

Application Process:

To apply, submit a single PDF document to the resume section of the application only. Please include your resume, transcript (full unofficial version) and a one-page cover letter that briefly answers the following questions:

What makes you a good candidate for this opportunity?

What do you hope to gain from this mentorship program?

Apply today.

Application Deadline is May 26

 

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