KMP 2021 Cycle 1

Learn more about the current cycle of Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program


Timeline for KMP Cycle 1 2021

17 Nov 2020 Applications for mentees from selected occupations/industries* CLOSED for 2021 C1
17 Nov 2020 Applications for mentees  CLOSED for 2021 C1
15 Dec 2020 Mentees and Mentors confirm their mentoring match – COMPLETED
18 Jan 2021 Mentee Invoice Payments due – COMPLETED
20 Jan, 21 Jan, 28 Jan,  4 Feb 2021 Mentee Job-readiness Workshop sessions – COMPLETED
2 Feb 2021 Mentor Induction – COMPLETED
4 Feb 2021 KMP 2021 C1 Orientation Session – COMPLETED
10 Feb 2021 Mentor Training and Networking Session – COMPLETED
11, 25, 26 Mar 2021 Cultural Competency Sessions – attend only one session – links in calendar or learning emails
6 May 2021 KMP 2021 C1 Graduation Event

For more details, view the KMP 2021 C1 calendar  (as a word document, you will need to download), or as a pdf with links embedded for all the mentoring activities.

Mentoring tools and resources

Please review your fortnightly email in your email inbox, with links to all resources. Additional resources can be found here.

Information for KMP2021C1 mentees only

If you are a KMP 2021C1 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. If you have lost your DEX ID, please direct your query to Krishna Karangiya

Applications have now closed for 2021 Cycle 1.

Applications for KMP 2021 Cycle 2 will open on 1 May 2021. To register your interest in becoming a mentee in our next cycle please complete an expression of interest form via the link below.

EOI for KMP Mentee

Kaleidoscope Mentoring Program acknowledges and thanks Engineers Australia and Telstra Australia for providing venues, in-kind support, and encouraging their members and staff 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 through the Office of Multicultural Interests. 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.