When Indspire reached out to First Nations, Inuit, and Métis students to find out more about what they needed to succeed while pursuing their educational dreams, we heard a lot from them. The main support Indigenous students said they need is mentorship: good guidance to help them stay grounded in their culture while studying, as well as helpful advice to keep going on their educational path while balancing all of their other life commitments.

That’s where you come in.

We’re looking for knowledgeable, passionate, committed and experienced professionals or post-secondary students who want to be mentors in our Rivers to Success (R2S) program. Through a combination of one-on-one mentorship via online meet-ups and group events, you’ll be helping First Nations, Inuit, and Métis students successfully complete their educational journeys and ultimately move on into their dream careers.

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Who can apply

Experienced professionals in all career fields and areas of study; First Nations, Inuit, and Métis upper-year undergraduate or graduate students.

How it Works

Sign up for the program and complete a backcheck as part of the process. Once your backcheck clears, you can fill out your profile – and then you’ll be matched with your mentee!


Mentoring relationships usually last nine months, but if both the mentor and mentee agree, the relationship can continue afterwards!


Register to become Rivers to Success mentor today. Signing up is quick and easy.