This page contains information about our upcoming mentoring cycle (2020 Cycle 1).
KMP 2020 Cycle 1
The timeline for the Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program’s 2020 Cycle 1 (KMP 2020C1) is as follows:
|1 Oct 2019:||Mentee application open||Completed|
|3 Nov 2019:||Mentee application close||Completed|
|17 Dec 2019:||Communicate the matches to the mentors/mentees||Completed|
|17 Jan 2020:||Confirm all mentee/mentor matches||Completed|
|6 Feb 2020:||KMP 2020C1 starts with an Orientation Session||Completed|
|19 Mar 2020:||Cultural Competency Session|
|7 May 2020:||KMP 2020C1 concludes at a Graduation Session|
The full KMP 2020C1 calendar shows all the planned events, sessions, etc for this cycle.
View our KMP 2020C1 gallery below.
We acknowledge and thank Commonwealth Bank, our founding employer partner, is 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.
Information for KMP2020C1 mentees only
If you are a KMP 2020C1 mentee, please use the following links to complete your weekly session logs. If you have met your mentor multiple times during any one week, please submit a session log for each meeting.
- Session Log for the Week 1 starting 10 February 2020
- Session Log for the Week 2 starting 17 February 2020
- Session Log for the Week 3 starting 24 February 2020
- Session Log for the Week 4 starting 02 March 2020
- Session Log for the Week 5 starting 09 March 2020
- Session Log for the Week 6 starting 16 March 2020
- Session Log for the Week 7 starting 23 March 2020
- Session Log for the Week 8 starting 30 March 2020
- Session Log for the Week 9 starting 06 April 2020
- Session Log for the Week 10 starting 13 April 2020
- Session Log for the Week 11 starting 20 April 2020
- Session Log for the Week 12 starting 27 April 2020
PS: You will need to enter your DEX ID to complete your session log. You can find your DEX ID on your mentee pack.
The Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program is being implemented under a partnership between the City of Stirling, the City of Canning and Metropolitan Migrant Resource Centre and is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services and the Western Australian Government. The Program has been created in consultation with the Toronto Regional Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC). Their successful TRIEC Mentoring Partnership program is the model for mentoring programs across Canada and internationally.