The Better Tomorrow Movement (TBTM) is a skills-based youth organization dedicated to using our programs and international platform to promote civic engagement. We approach youth empowerment in a holistic manner via our three key programs. Through this mix of programs, as well as through our emphasis on creating a platform for international exchange, we are building a movement of young people who are proactive in their response to global and local challenges.

Project Description

This program is designed to help young social entrepreneurs, community activists, or any highly motivated individual. These individuals can use the program to start or troubleshoot a project aimed at improving our communities and environment.

Our team then sources mentors from a range of highly prestigious youth leadership networks such as the Queen’s Young Leaders Network, The Global Changemakers Network, and the One Young World Network. We then connect you with our hand-picked mentors and facilitate a minimum of 4 online one on one sessions that are targeted towards helping you in the areas you have requested mentorship.

Location: Online (Virtual)
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Volunteer Responsibilities: N/A

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The mentors for this program are carefully handpicked from across a range of prestigious networks to ensure a high level of insight, experience or knowledge into the areas of concern raised by our mentees. This gives our mentees exposure to a great range of expertise from various fields. We put a great emphasis on matching our mentees with mentors that have experience in the field they are interested in or have proven a high level of know-how in the skills the mentee aims to acquire.

Before we can match you with your peer mentor, we need to know who you are, what project you hope to work on, the challenges you face, and any specific areas you need help from your mentor. Therefore, we require you to write a Mentor Request Application to help our team match you with a fitting mentor.

Your Mentor Request Application must consist of:

  1. An “about me” page to introduce yourself and your goals for the program to your mentor, and highlight the areas you hope to focus on during the mentoring program and,
  2. A selection of links highlighting your work or your social media, to help us get to know you even better.

This file must be no longer than two pages. Once you have completed your document, send it to

*As of 2018, TBTMovement has restructured this program with a bit of inspiration from the Leading Change Program, University of Cambridge.