Employers & Mentors
The MentorAbility Initiative
Join the hundreds of employers and mentors who are engaging with MentorAbility today!
By participating in MentorAbility you will:
Gain Awareness of and Access to a New Talent Pool:
Through this experience, you and your staff can discover how to tap into a unique and skilled pool of candidates to support your recruitment strategies and build a more inclusive team!
Develop New Employee Engagement and Inclusion Skills:
By participating in the MentorAbility Canada initiative, you will gain knowledge and skills to help you integrate job seekers with disabilities in your workplace.
Provide Your Staff with Professional Development Opportunities:
Mentoring a person interested in a career in your sector provides a valuable professional development opportunity for staff.
Expand Your Network:
Develop strong working relationships with local employment service providers who can help you tap into competent future talent pools and connect with the MentorAbility network at large.
Promote Your Work Through MentorAbility Canada nationally:
Participating employers demonstrate community leadership and a commitment to workplace inclusion. You will be recognized as contributing to a national effort to promote the employment and empowerment of Canadians experiencing disabilities.
Sign Up to be a MentorAbility Mentor Today
Would you or your organization like to participate in the MentorAbility Canada initiative? Sign-up to be a mentor today!
After completing the sign-up for your mentorship, we will support you with preparing for the mentorship experience.
Resources and Learning
Are you interested in learning more? CASE offers a variety of resources for employers:
The Disability Inclusion Advantage Newsletter
This newsletter will support you in your journey to diversify your staff and create a truly inclusive environment that sets all employees up for success.
Employer Training Courses
CASE’s free trainings were designed by employment, learning, and diversity/inclusion specialists, along with HR professionals.
Abilities at Work Podcast
This podcast features dynamic speakers who answer your questions about connecting individuals who experience disability with meaningful employment and mentorship opportunities.
Abilities at Work Advisory Committee
The Abilities at Work Advisory Team is a group of Canadian employers and supported employment service providers who are active in the development of inclusive and diverse workplaces.
Whether you’re looking for professional development, networking opportunities, or information or training sessions, we’re sure you’ll find an opportunity that appeals to you.
CASE offers even more employer focused resources. Check out the Employer page to learn more today.
Have Questions About MentorAbility?
Do you have questions about becoming a MentorAbility mentor? Connect with the MentorAbility Hub in your region today to learn more.
MentorAbility Experience Stories
Read from our collection of stories about the MentorAbility experience and learn more about the variety of mentorships that have taken place.
Navigate back to the MentorAbility Canada page and learn more about this national initiative.
Connect With CASE
Tell us about new, innovative supported employment initiatives your organization is spearheading. Please send us your ideas or advice on how CASE can better serve you.