All about the Bow Valley College Scotiabank Mentorship Program
The Bow Valley College Scotiabank Mentorship program was co-created by Raj Brar, MA, CFP, instructor at the Chiu School of Business and Tasnim Tharani, Senior Consultant, Talent Acquisition, Western Canada (2019). The objective of this program is to provide valuable networking opportunities for our learners within the financial services sector.
This Mentorship Program is open to students enrolled in the financial services major. The self-driven nature of the Bow Valley College Scotiabank Mentorship Program means that mentees will have a significant level of autonomy and responsibility for their own learning and development. This approach allows mentees to take ownership of their career development and work collaboratively with their mentors to achieve their goals.
- Three Mentorship Programs (BMO Mentorship Program, the Bow Valley College Scotiabank Mentorship Program, and the BVC TD Financial Planning Mentorship Program.
- Three annual networking events for learners enrolled in the investment funds in Canada course (FNSR2303): Resume / CV Review Event, Speed Networking Event, Mock Interview Event.
- FP Canada Approved CORE and Advanced Education Providers Status. By successfully completing the following four courses: FNSR2301, FNSR2302, FNSR2303, and FNSR2304, learners fulfill the core and advanced education requirements as a part of the path to write their QAFP or CFP designation exams.
- An opportunity to participate in the nationwide Canadian Institute of Financial Planning Case Challenge.
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