KMP 2020 Cycle 2

Learn more about the upcoming cycle of Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program

Cycle 2 2020 is almost finished

Interested in becoming a KMP mentee for the next upcoming Cycle 1 2021?

Applications are open now. Spaces are limited, apply today to avoid missing out!

Mentees apply now

Timeline for Cycle 2 2020

The timeline for the Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program’s 2020 Cycle 2 (KMP 2020C2) is as follows:

01 May 2020 Open 2020 Cycle 2 mentee application
31 May 2020 Close 2020 Cycle 2 mentee/mentor application
12 June 2020 Mentees and Mentors notified by KMP successful match
15 June 2020 Mentees and Mentors confirm their mentoring match
25 June 2020 Mentee Job-readiness Workshop sessions start
02 July 2020 KMP 2020C2 starts with an Orientation Session
11 or 13 August Cultural Competency sessions
15 October 2020 KMP 2020C2 concludes at a Graduation Session

For more details, please view the KMP 2020C2 calendar of all the mentoring activities.


Information for KMP2020C2 mentees only

If you are a KMP 2020C2 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.

PS: You will need to enter your DEX ID to complete your session log.  You can find your DEX ID on your mentee pack.

Looking for help?


If you are mentor, access the FAQs for a mentor.

Also check out the online tools and forms that will assist you on your mentoring journey.


Check out the Frequently asked questions on becoming a mentee.

Below is the flow chart indicating the process of application for mentees.


Our Supporters

We acknowledge and thank Engineers Australia and Petroleum Club of WA Inc. is supporting all the sessions under this mentoring cycle by providing their venues, in-kind support and encouraging their members to join as mentors for this cycle.

KMP Delivery Partners

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.