The ASK Program enables alumni to share their professional and personal experiences with current students which helps them as they prepare for the future.

Mentorship has become a crucial part of the BC School Curriculum, and we ensure that it plays a big role in engaging 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 support our students has proven to be very beneficial for everyone involved. 

The Guidance Centre is working with our Alumni Coordinator to introduce ASK as an opportunity for students to connect with the wealth of knowledge and experience in the Southridge Alumni Community. Grade 10 and 11 students will be matched with an alumni mentor to work together on their Career Education research projects. This will help them with developing skill sets and awareness in preparation for possible career pathways and education programs.