Careers Office ⋅ Mentoring Scheme

The Mentoring Scheme has long been one of the most important events of the Careers Office. In the afternoon of 26th January, 2019, our mentors from all walks of life once again gathered together to share their invaluable knowledge and insights in the Student Activity Room. Our G11 and 12 students were paired with one or more old boys (mentors) to obtain fruitful advice on specific careers fields. The event has proven itself highly meaningful and helpful for students in pursuit of their future endeavours. The Tea Reception was a huge success thanks to the cooperation of all the mentors and mentees who have taken part in the tea reception.

This year, the event kicked off with warm a welcoming speech delivered by Mrs Tso, the Careers Mistress, followed by the commencement of the event by Mr David Wong, representative of DSOBA. This was followed by a session of interaction between mentors and mentees sharing their opinions.

Our mentors have pursued careers in various fields after graduating from DBS and have gained invaluable experience. On that day, they have returned to DBS to provide our G11 and G12 mentees with fruitful information about their daily routine of work and the working environment, sharing with them the ideal qualities required for pursuing their desired career paths and the preparations required for success in their career fields.

The tea reception was a fruitful afternoon for both mentees and mentors. Having actively engaged in a thorough conversation with experienced professionals, the mentees will equip themselves with such extensive knowledge and will be able to make educated decisions about their future choices. Both the mentors and the mentees will definitely find this experience enlightening and thought-provoking. We appreciate the enthusiastic response which we have received and hope that next year's tea reception will be an even more rewarding experience for all participants.

>> Tea Rception Highlights <<

For Mentors
Career planning is an ongoing process through which young people can have more understanding about their own interests, personalities, families, schools, the community and the world so as to choose their own career and lifestyle. Accordingly, Careers Office is now organizing a Mentoring Scheme.

We would like to invite our old boys to be the mentors of our G11 students. During the year, each mentor is meant to be the careers-advisor of 4 to 5 current G11 boys. The mentors may only need to contact their mentees by email or meet them once to twice a year to give advice for their careers planning. For example, the mentor can give advice and share his own experience on his careers choices, university subject selections, and allow the students to have a one-day or half-day attachment to his office, etc.

If you are interested in helping out the new scheme, please download and fill in the form below and email to For any further enquiries, please feel free to email us or contact Mrs. Jenny Tso on 2768 5611.

>> Mentoring Scheme Registration Form (For Mentors) <<

For Mentees
Have you ever thought of a career that you really, really want to pursue? Don't you want to get prepared right now? Come and join our Mentoring Scheme. This year, the Careers Office is continuing this annual scheme and will once again invite some Old Boys to enlighten you with knowledge and workplace ethics as well as valuable experience to make you well-equipped for the future.

>>Go to Registration<<

Please DO NOT make duplicate applications.

Should you have any enquiries, please feel free to email to or contact Ms Sharon Chan at Careers Office.

Deadline of Application (Year 2018-2019): 22 October 2018

Tea Reception will be held on 26th Jan, 2019, 13:30 - 17:00