What is CAMP (Cross Age Mentoring Program)?
CAMP is a structured, evidence-based developmental 1:1 cross-age peer mentoring program that matches high school peer mentors with mentees in elementary or middle school. Mentors and mentees meet monthly or weekly for an activity using the CAMP Connectedness Curriculum. Space is limited to 15 mentors and 15 mentees for Jefferson and 15 each in Harrison County.
Who can be a peer mentor?
Freshman, sophomores and juniors can be peer mentors. CAMP mentors do not need to possess any special skills or abilities. Seniors can serve as Lead Mentors and support the program by facilitating activities, serve as a liaison between parting youth and adult leadership and more. For more detail on the peer mentor click the description below. If you know a high school student who you feel would be a good mentor, use the referral form below. If you are interested in being a peer mentor, you can download the PDF application or complete the on-line application. Once the forms are complete, the CAMP Coordinator will contact you.
Who can be a mentee?
Typically mentees are in grades 4-6. If you know a child who would benefit from having a mentor, use the form below to refer them. If you would like your child to be a mentee just compete the application below, Once the forms are complete, contact the CAMP Coordinator for your county listed below.
What do I do next?
If you have any questions or want to turn in an application or referral contact the CAMP Coordinator below:
Jaci Glorioso - email@example.com - 304-281-6720