Mentoring is an increasingly popular way of providing guidance and support to young people in need.

Recent years have seen youth mentoring expand from a relatively small youth intervention (usually for youth from single-parent homes) to a cornerstone youth service that is being implemented in schools, community centres, faith institutions, school-to-work programs, and a wide variety of other youth-serving institutions.

We at OTBC pride ourselves in supporting our students with in-house mentoring to develop and prepare them for the world of work.

Our mentoring program typically follows 5 phases:


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