After-School Mentoring


Youth from the Neenah and Menasha school districts are invited to participate in After-School Mentoring programs, held at the Boys and Girls Club of the Fox Valley.  Matches meet once a week from October through April.  Mentors are high school students, freshman and older, who are committed to making a difference in the life of a child and our community.  Young Friends are elementary and middle school students, ages 5 – 14.  Matches work on homework assignments, play games, complete art projects and engage in physical activity.  Mentors become trusted buddies, encouraging their Young Friends, building social skills, confidence and self-esteem.



Mentor Eligibility: Must be at least a freshman in high school and not a parent of a child enrolled in our program.  You must have access to an automobile or reliable transportation and will be screened for eligibility.   

Young Friend Eligibility: Must be at least 5 years old and attend school within the Neenah and Menasha Joint School Districts.


After-School Mentoring is a meaningful way to gain service hours and looks great on college and job applications.

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