Here at Kaleidoscope, we’re very proud to announce that our latest group of mentees have successfully completed the mentoring program! Please join us in congratulating our mentees and mentors for their hard work, dedication and perseverance to complete the Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program, despite the challenges presented by COVID-19.
Everyone suddenly had the challenge of working from home, parents were home schooling their children, and our participants had to learn a new online platform on the fly. Despite much disruption and mentoring sessions being moved to an online format, our mentees and mentors managed to developed great partnerships with each other during the 2020 Mentoring Cycle 1. We hope the online graduation is the first of many milestones for our mentees on their pathway to developing meaningful careers in Australia.
We’d like to say a special thank you to guest speakers: His Worship the Mayor Mark Irwin, City of Stirling; His Worship the Mayor Patrick Hall, City of Canning; the Hon Vince Connolly, MP, Member for Stirling; and Hon Paul Papalia CSV MLA, Western Australian Minister for Citizenship & Multicultural Interests. We’d also like to thank our Commonwealth Bank mentoring representative Ei Wai, Executive Manager of Business Banking, for her inspiring speech. Commonwealth Bank
The Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program is delivered in proud partnership with the City of Stirling, the City of Canning and the Metropolitan Migrant Resource Center, and is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services and the Western Australian Government.
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We also acknowledge and thank Commonwealth Bank, our founding employer partner, for sponsoring all the sessions under this mentoring cycle by providing their venues, in-kind support and encouraging their employees to join as mentors for this cycle.