What is the Cross Age Mentoring Program (CAMP)?

CAMP is a structured developmental 1:1 cross-age peer mentoring program that matches high school peer mentors with mentees in elementary or middle school.  

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.    

Who can be a mentee?

Typically mentees are in grades 4-8.  

How can I participate? 

If you are interested in being a peer mentor or you would like your child to be a mentee, contact Maria Campbell at 614-893-7150 or email mcampbell@BrightwayCenter.org.