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Youth leadership development is a primary focus in Malaysia's development agenda as outlined in the 'Transformasi Nasional 2050' or TN 50 policy initiative. Research and practice concur that the involvement of young leaders can be strengthened through wider exposure to professional training and mentoring. Yet, mentoring offers a unique learning process that enhances youth development and strengthening connection within communities. The current study was conducted to explore the contribution ofdoi:10.6007/ijarbss/v8-i12/5000 fatcat:4t6pz72ldzcdrotpi6ysbbojoi