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Become a volunteer mentor to young entrepreneurs in Newfoundland and Labrador

NOTE: This opportunity has expired or is an event which has already taken place.

Mentors are an important and invaluable resource directly linked to entrepreneurial success. Are you ready to be one?

Futurpreneur Canada is offering you the opportunity to become volunteer mentors to young entrepreneurs in Newfoundland and Labrador. Some of you have already jumped in and started exciting mentoring relationships that are essential to support the dynamic young entrepreneurs who will be the future of our Atlantic economy!

Research suggests that good mentoring is critical to business success. Indeed, 88 per cent of entrepreneurs who have mentors survive in business, while only 50 per cent of those without a mentor make it through. This is why the Futurpreneur provides hand-matched mentors to young entrepreneurs. Futurpreneur recruits people with diverse business know-how to help them thrive.

Read mentor success stories from Atlantic Canada, and get a peek at some of the resources for Futurpreneur mentors.

If you are interested in helping a young entrepreneur and want to give back to their community, please REGISTER TODAY!

Please contact Scott Andrews, Business Development Manager for Newfoundland and Labrador at sandrews@futurpreneur.ca or 709.769.1205, if you have any inquiries.

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