Name: Bryce North
Student Intern: Elijah, Gr. 11
Elijah: Why is mentoring meaningful to you?
Bryce: The reason that mentoring is meaningful to me is because I get good karma and I want to give back to the community. I am here today because of the people that took their time to help me. It’s our right and my right to repay that, to pass on the same help like how the other people that helped me.
Elijah: What role do you play at (North Forge)?
Bryce: I’m a Subject Matter Expert that specializes in helping clients pitch their business and capital investing.
Elijah: Why do you support the Met model of internships and mentorship?
Bryce: For cities, Winnipeg is behind in technology. For cities to change we need to start young.
Elijah: What do you hope to achieve out of mentoring us?
Bryce: I really hope that we build a community of young entrepreneurs that can bring more innovations and investments in Winnipeg.
Elijah: What used to be your biggest weakness?
Bryce: Spending too much time on planning and not executing the actual plan.
Elijah: How do you deal with failure?
Bryce: Fail as fast as you can, so you can learn what’s working and what’s not working. So you can move to your next idea quickly.