ASK Program Mentors
Mentorship has become a crucial part of the BC School Curriculum, and in the Southridge Senior School is a valuable way to engage with students during Career and Post-Secondary Guidance classes. Mentors play a pivotal role in the education delivered during these exploratory career years and having our alumni continue to support our students and give back to the school has proven to be very beneficial.
The ASK Program enables alumni to share their professional and personal expertise with current students that will help prepare them for a successful future while also leaving a lasting impact on our community. Together, we can make sure Southridge students get the most out of their post-secondary education by connecting with our alumni network.
This coming year, we are looking to match roughly 140 (grade 10 and 11) students with alumni and would genuinely value your involvement in the program.
Are you interested in supporting current students by sharing your post-secondary experience, career knowledge, and other life lessons? Please click HERE to sign up for the 2020/2021 ASK Program