Skip To Content

Mentoring

CABE Mentor Program Opportunity:

 

  1. We are now launching the 2021-22 mentoring program and invite you to submit your application online to be a mentee or mentor by November 19, 2021.  Applications for the 2021-22 program are now closed. Please check back in the fall of 2022.
  2. Once you complete the on-line application, your CABE chapter program representative will be in contact with you.
  3. The program is mentee-driven. Once the match is made, the mentee is responsible for managing the mentor relationship. We recommend arranging monthly meetings with your mentor that may be in person or by phone.
  4. The program runs for approximately 10-12 months.
  5. The mentee must currently be employed with two years of work experience.
  6. Both mentee and mentor must be either national or local chapter members of CABE.

Mentoring can change your understanding of our profession and what we can accomplish.
To learn more about the program, please consult the guide.

 

Can’t see the application form?  Please log into the website with your member username in order to apply.

simon-martin
Simon Martin

I found the Mentorship Program to be very beneficial. It goes beyond a traditional coffee chat. My mentor helped me strengthen some of my soft skills and gave me perspective about how I can be most effective while working within a larger team.

dino-radocchia
Dino Radocchia

The CABE Mentorship program provided me the opportunity to engage with young, passionate professionals looking to jump start their careers. While I was able to offer guidance and counsel, my mentee reciprocated with sophisticated and insightful alternative perspectives and approaches to issues and situations that reflected their personal experiences. Our interactions proved beneficial to both of us.

Armine Yalnizyan
Armine Yalnizyan
Inaugural Atkinson Fellow on the Future of Workers and Past-President, Canadian Association for Business Economics (2017-2019)

“CABE is a unique resource for applied economists in Canada. Stay on top of your game by learning from expert analysis on cutting-edge issues, developing professional skills, and building networks.”

Chris Lawless
Chris Lawless
Mystic Vale Economics, former Chief Economist at British Columbia Investment Management Corporation

Over my career, belonging to CABE and APEBC helped me build and broaden my network locally and across Canada, and their events have been great for learning and strengthening those professional relationships.

Craig Alexander
Craig Alexander
Partner and Chief Economist, Deloitte

CABE is the premier organization for the business economists in Canada.  Its conferences and events provide excellent opportunities for networking, information-sharing and professional development.  It’s activities to help with the development and advancement of the next generation of economic leaders is about building for the future.

Peter Hall
Peter Hall
Vice-President and Chief Economist, Export Development Canada

One of the great value proposition for CABE has always been networking. I come to the Kingston conference every year because I know senior level of people are going to show up and you get great ideas and debates.  It is like the ancient proverb, ‘iron on iron, so one person sharpens another.’  CABE and its activities do that for me.

natasha-a
Natasha Apollonova
Co-Founder, Sigma Helix

If you are just starting or are mid-way through your career this is a great program to participate in. I have been involved with TABE mentorship program since 2015 and have been participating as both a mentor and a protégée. I have tremendously benefited from both roles. Sometimes it’s just great to get another perspective over coffee or lunch. I would highly recommend this program.

cabe-board

CABE Board

Find out more about who is currently part of the CABE Board. View Cabe Board
cabe-by-law

CABE By-Laws

Find out more about the rules and guidelines that are outlined in the latest CABE by-laws. View CABE By-Laws