The Great Canadian Mentoring Challenge

As part of Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), the Canadian Youth Business Foundation—in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan, the W. Brett Wilson Centre for Entrepreneurial Excellence at the University of Saskatchewan, Nerds On Site and IBM—is gathering business tips, ideas and suggestions from business professionals for young entrepreneurs.
Having a great mentor is key to the success of young entrepreneurs, and your business advice and experience can be incredibly important to someone in a new or unfamiliar situation. GEW strives to inspire youth to consider entrepreneurship as a career, and this initiative celebrates the vital role mentors play by encouraging active participation.
What you have to do to participate:
1. Visit www.mentorchallenge.ca from Nov 16-22, 2009, to offer your best business advice to Canada's young entrepreneurs.
2. Invite all your friends, family and colleagues to participate.
3. Feel good that you helped young entrepreneurs on their path to success.
If you live in the Toronto area, you can help set a Guinness World Record for the largest business lesson ever on Nov. 19. Details of the record setting attempt can be found at www.enterprisetoronto.com
For more information visit www.mentorchallenge.ca
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