KMP 2021 Cycle 2
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.
Timeline for KMP 2021 Cycle 2
|23, 24 and 25 Mar 2021||Pre-KMP Job-readiness workshops|
|1 May 2021||Applications open for mentees|
|Year round||Applications open for mentors|
|June 2021||Mentees and Mentors confirm their mentoring match|
|16 Jul 2021||Mentee Invoice Payments due|
|26, 27, 28 and 29 Jul 2021||Mentee Job-readiness workshops|
|20 Jul 2021||Mentor Induction, training and networking session|
|29 Jul 2021||KMP 2021 C2 Orientation Session|
|31 Aug, 2 Sept, 9 Sept 2021||Cultural Competency Sessions|
|28 Oct 2021||KMP 2021 C2 Graduation Event|
Dates subject to change.
Interested in becoming a KMP mentee?
- Attend one of our upcoming online sessions to learn more about the program.
- Complete EOI for KMP Mentee
- Click here for more information on becoming a KMP mentee and the eligibility criteria
- Click here to view frequently asked questions on becoming a mentee. You can review the questions from the mentee application here before applying
- Support for potential mentees 2021 Cycle 2: To support newcomer professionals become job-ready and fulfil KMP mentee eligibility criteria, you must attend an upcoming job-readiness workshop before the KMP 2021 Cycle 2 mentee applications open, or once you get accepted. For mentees who missed recent workshops, you will be required to attend these in May prior to starting the program.
Want to become a KMP mentor?
We are continuously recruiting mentors, apply now for our next cycle.
We are holding an online information session for potential mentors on Thursday 29 April 2021, 6.00 -7.00pm. Register now
- Why you should become a mentor and your Eligibility Criteria?
- Frequently asked questions on becoming a mentor
- You can review the questions from the mentor application here before applying.
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.