PLT Green Mentor Program

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About The Green Mentor Program

PLT’s Green Mentor program connects young adults with forest and conservation professionals. It involves meeting (in person or virtually) two or three hours a month. Mentees can expand their Green Jobs knowledge, goals, and network. Mentors can inspire the next generation of leaders, recruit employees, and gain new perspectives.

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Why is mentorship important?

Mentorship is an important way to foster and inspire the next generation of forest and conservation leaders and build a diverse and resilient Green Jobs workforce. It can also help reduce barriers to landing a green job by providing access to insider tips, helping participants grow professional networks, and by increasing the confidence of mentees and mentors alike.

 “This experience has definitely helped shape me into a greater agent of change and given me more accountability in my life. I would like to express my gratitude to my mentor and everyone who is involved with this mentorship program.” quote by Kianna Bear-Hetherington green mentee

Why mentor?

Since launching in 2020, PLT Canada’s Green Mentor program has supported almost 500 participants. Past PLT Canada green mentors said that the top three skills they gained or improved during the program were communication, coaching, and empathy. Green mentees said their top three were confidence, networking, and communication.

What past mentees and mentors are saying

Green mentor Jasmine Chou and mentee Kaitlyn Adam standing beside treeGreen mentor Jasmine Chou and mentee Kaitlyn Adam are busily pursuing their passion for environmental education. So busy in fact that…

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 LEARNING THAT THE BEST MENTORSHIPS ARE A TWO-WAY STREET August 11, 2021 Mentee Terron James and Mentor Pascale Ouellette  Terron James (left), Silviculture Technician, Greenmantle Forest Inc. and Pascale Ouellette (right), Outreach Coordinator, New Brunswick Invasive Species Council on one of their regular Zoom calls

PLT Canada’s Green Mentor Program connects youth directly to forest and conservation sector professionals. The program matches people based on personalities, learning styles, goals…

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Ryan Brady standing in front of treesBuilding connections in your prospective field can be much easier said than done. And transitioning from a full-time student to a professional in…

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