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The development of a social responsibility-based mentor training management model to improve the mentoring ability of the international voluntary service program is essential in volunteering to encourage social change in society. The method used in this research is qualitative with a research and development approach based on needs analysis. This research is directed to visually and verbally produce products, designs, and processes. This research resulted in a model obtained from the planning, implementation, and evaluation of mentoring conducted on Dejavato, an NGO working in volunteerism. Problems that become obstacles can be used as input for developing a model for improving mentor competence. This study concludes that the feasibility of a social responsibility-based training management model is appropriate to support IVS volunteer mentoring activities and improve mentors' ability, both interpersonal skills and intercultural skills.