Propel Mentorship Program
What is the Propel Mentorship Program?
Designed specifically for entry-level and mid-career professionals, the BMI Propel Mentorship is a mentorship program intended to assist Black people in their entry and mid-career professional level to reach their desired career goals. Professionals will have the opportunity to work with mentors to set career-specific goals, establish self-advocacy techniques, and gain the skills and resources needed to successfully attain professional and personal advancement.
What is the goal of the propel mentorship program?
Our goal is to close the leadership gap in the black community by connecting black youths, entry-level and mid-career professionals, with mentors who can help them with information, career development resources, education, and skill-building. By providing mentorship, we create career success stories and visible role models for ALL PEOPLE, inspiring black youth and future generations.
What will participants learn?
This program teaches black professionals applicable skills they can use to propel their desired careers. The skill-building content we cover is what black professionals need to become more employable to employers.
Participants will learn To:
When Does the Program Start?
The mentorship program and various skill-building programs take place:
At the start of each year in January and runs at a six-month interval. From January to June & July to December.
Khalidah Aderonke Bello
Michelle AM Buckland
Sergeant Ryan Smith Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Halton Regional Police Service
Other Ways We Support Black Professionals
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