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By Jessica | Published November 19, 2020
The Cattlemen’s Young Leaders (CYL) Mentorship Program is pleased to announce its 2020 mentor pairings. Each year, 16 program participants are paired with a hand-picked industry leader in their specific area of interest for a nine-month mentorship tailored for professional and personal growth within the Canadian beef industry.There is an exciting array of mentorship focus areas this year, ranging from grazing management to public trust, livestock handling and welfare, industry policy, and much more.To see the full list of mentorship pairings, check out our news release below.
Click here: 2020 Mentor Announcement: Cattlemen’s Young Leaders
By Jolene | Published August 15, 2013
Daniel Doerksen was hosted by his mentor, Mike McMorris, following the CYL negotiations and governance training at the CCA Semi Annual Meeting in London, ON in mid August. Daniel is a rancher from Gem, AB. For more information on Daniel and Mike you can visit out Participant Spotlight page.
After attending CYL Step 2 Training in London, Ontario I had the opportunity to spend a couple days with my mentor Mike McMorris touring London and Guelph.
On day one we started off touring the town that Mike lives in as we made our way to Guelph were Mike’s office is. I had an opportunity to meet the staff at BIO and gave a short presentation to them about our farm and how I see BIO helping us with our operation at home. This was a great opportunity to work on some public speaking skills. As well, I got a rundown on how [ … ]