A preteen punjabi girl using a laptop in a library

Explore topics that are important to you, build leadership skills, and work towards a project online.

The Peer Mentorship Program is designed to provide preteens (ages 10-12) with meaningful virtual programming, in a safe and nurturing environment, that is open to everyone.   

Play interactive games and age-appropriate activities alongside peers, youth mentors and staff. Work together on key topics, while developing teamwork and communication skills.

Participate online for free through Microsoft Teams.

After School Program

Join a group of peers on Tuesday or Thursday afternoons to create a project around an important community topic that we identify as a group. Work together to make a difference in the community. There are a few spaces still available.

Tuesdays: April 6-May 25 at 4-5pm

Register online 

Thursdays: April 8-May 27 at 4-5pm

Register online 

 

Peer Mentorship Celebration

Thursday June 10 at 7-8pm

Learn more about the community action projects created by young people in the Peer Mentorship Program. Preteens, youth mentors and staff worked together online to build leadership skills and make a difference in the community. Join in the celebration!

Register Online

 

Online Gallery Submissions

Visual art about proper use of face masks 

Over March Break, a group of preteens took part in the Peer Mentorship Program to create a project to help the community. They decided to start an online gallery of visual art to raise awareness on the proper use and disposal of face masks. Local young people are invited to submit electronic images to be included in the gallery.

To participate:

The Peer Mentorship Program incorporates Equitas Community Action Projects and is funded by the BC Government.

Questions? Contact youth@surrey.ca for more details.

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