Find or Become a Mentor

Selecting a Mentor 

Intern Architects must select a mentor prior to recording architectural experience in the Canadian Experience Record Book (CERB). You should choose someone who is willing to commit to supporting your professional growth during the duration of your internship.

Once the Intern Architect selects a mentor, that person should complete the Mentor Confirmation Form.

To find architects in your community, you can join a Local Architectural Society or visit the Find an Architect page and search for architects by city or postal code. If you require assistance finding a mentor, send an email to

Changing Mentors

It is your responsibility to inform the OAA at if you change mentors.

Becoming a Mentor

Architects interested in becoming mentors can submit their names and contact information to

Note: Mentors are eligible to receive a maximum of ten (10) Unstructured Learning hours per Continuing Education (ConEd) hours per cycle. 

Looking to see real life examples of the Mentorship relationship? Check out our Amazing Mentorship blOAAg series.


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General Enquiries

Lashmi Olivierre, Administrator, Internship in Architecture Program (IAP)
t: 416.449.6898 Ext.204

Catherine Reyes, Administrative Assistant, Internship in Architecture Program (IAP)
t: 416.449.6898 Ext.205


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