OBA Alumni Mentoring Program

Georgian Mentoring Program

The OBA Alumni Mentoring Program is designed to connect alumni, approaching the completion of university or in the beginning stages of a career, with older and well-established alumni in various career disciplines. The program's strategy is to provide the younger graduates with career and lifestyle advice while entering, or seeking to enter, a professional working environment. 

Program information

1. We ask that you have some form of communication with your mentor or mentee every month. This can be done in person, over the phone, or using Skype. 

2. An OBA Director will be contacting you via email at the 3rd, 6th, 9th, and 12th-month intervals to check in and hear about how the partnership is working. 

3. At the end of the year, the School and OBA will send each party a completion survey to receive feedback on how the program was run, if there are any changes you would recommend, and whether your expectations were met.

4. Applications to be a Mentee are limited to those alumni who are in the 3rd or 4th year of post-secondary education, or those who have recently completed post-secondary and who are in the first few years of their careers.

Become a Mentee

We want to hear from you!

If you would like to join the OBA Alumni Mentoring Program but cannot find a mentor who is suited to your career or lifestyle application, please send Ian Yen (iyen@stgeorges.bc.ca) an email describing yourself and what you are looking for, and we will find you a Mentor.

Meet our available mentors

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  • Anthony Eden '06

    -Personal Injury
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  • Harpal Sandhu '02

    - Ophthalmology/retinal surgery
    - Academic medicine
    - Clinical and translational research
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  • Chris Browes ‘96

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  • Graham Handford ‘05

    -Graphic Designer in Architecture
    -Social Media
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  • Jaimie Baker '85

    -Event Planner
    -Wedding Celebrant 
    -Concert Producer
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  • Mark Bussanich '88

    -Law practice
    -Regulatory law
    -Criminal law
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  • Mark Latham '70

    -Political reform
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  • Matthew Clark ‘88

    -Graphic Design
    -Marketing & Advertising
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  • Nejeed Kassam ’04

    -Corporate law
    -Social entrepreneurship
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  • Reinier Halbertsma ‘97

    -Product/service design
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  • Ben Tuyp ‘06

    -Emergency Medicine
    -Clinical Research
    -Medical School
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  • David Sue-A-Quan '00

    - Litigation
    - Corporate/Commercial Disputes
    - Family Law
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  • Kenneth Li '95

    - Software development
    - Technology
    - Product management
    - Strategy
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  • Gavin McIntosh ’98

    -Seniors Care
    -Real Estate & Construction
    -Chartered Accountant
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  • Michael McKenzie '79

    -Cancer care
    -Academic medicine
    -Interprofessional health care
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  • Michael Thouin '98

    -Business Owner
    -World Adventurer
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  • Mike MacKay '04

    -Real Estate Development
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  • Mike Smith '96

    -Community counselling 
    -Mental health
    -Art therapy

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  • Patrick Smyth

    -Venture Capital
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