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CIPMM Procurement and Materiel Management
Mentorship Program
DEADLINE TO APPLY: OCTOBER 17, 2018
SPACES ARE LIMITED

CIPMM, in partnership with the Government of Canada, would like to offer you an exciting opportunity to participate in the CIPMM Mentorship Program. The program is positioned to align with the development of key competencies and skills required in the procurement and materiel management professions, and to effectively help participants in their journey toward forwarding their careers and having life changing experiences. It is designed to help develop skills, to provide access to the information and resources, and to support your needs to realize your professional and career goals, including leadership opportunities.

Don’t Miss Out! The procurement and materiel management fields are exciting and are rapidly expanding within the Government of Canada. Help foster a sense of community within the Government of Canada and consider joining the Mentorship Program this fall!

How does it work? The CIPMM Mentorship Program is a 7 month-long program (November 2018 – June 2019) in which a diverse range of leaders share their experience with mentees. Mentors meet on a regular basis with four to five mentees for meetings and group discussions.

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WANT TO BECOME A MENTEE?

Registration fee: $399 + HST
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Do you find it difficult to see a career path within procurement or materiel management? Are you wondering what comes next for you? Are you unsure which job opportunities to pursue to give you the knowledge, competencies and skills desired by hiring managers? Are you looking for career advice but aren’t getting anywhere? Consider Joining the Procurement and Materiel Management Mentorship Program!

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WANT TO BECOME A MENTOR?

DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION FORM HERE!

Would you like to have an opportunity to pass on your knowledge to others? Do you want to help support a learning culture in the workplace? Mentors will provide an invaluable contribution to sustain an effective workforce, share knowledge and experience, and help nourish a learning culture in the workplace.

Anyone at the supervisor level and above, who works (or has recently worked) in the procurement and materiel management community and who feels they may have some experience and knowledge to offer to junior procurement and materiel management employees, is eligible to become a Mentor.

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