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Are you an employer interested in exploring workplace diversity and expanding your employee engagement strategies? Are you interested in strengthening your knowledge of inclusive employment while providing a short-term mentorship opportunity to a person experiencing a disability? Consider becoming a MentorAbility Canada mentor!

The MentorAbility team at ICSS will help match employers with a skilled person experiencing a disability (the protégé) for a short mentoring experience that could last from 1 hour to 1 day. The protégé is interested in learning more about a career in your sector.


As a participating employer, you will be supported throughout the process by skilled employment professionals. MentorAbility is free and there is no expectation of a job offer.

By becoming a MentorAbility Canada employer-mentor you will...

Gain awareness of a new talent pool

Through this experience, you and your staff can discover how to tap into a skilled pool of candidates who experience a disability.

Develop new employee engagement and inclusion skills

By participating in the MentorAbility Canada initiative, you will gain knowledge and skills to help you integrate job seekers with disabilities in your workplace.

Provide your staff with professional development opportunities

Mentoring a person interested in a career in your sector provides a valuable professional development opportunity for staff.

Expand your network

Develop strong working relationships with local employment service providers who can help you tap into competent future talent pools and connect with the MentorAbility network at large.

Promote your work through MentorAbility Canada provincially and nationally

Participating employers demonstrate community leadership and a commitment to workplace inclusion. You will be recognized as contributing to a national effort to promote the employment and empowerment of Canadians experiencing disabilities.

Excited to be a Mentor? Contact Us

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