After-School All-Stars Ohio (ASAS Ohio) launched a new mentoring initiative in 2021 that pairs youth in our program with a member of the Columbus Division of Fire, Columbus Division of Police, or Ohio State Highway Patrol. These first responders will provide support, hope, and guidance to children who can benefit from mentorship in our community. This partnership will be the building blocks of well-being ~ maximizing potential and opportunities in the youth in our community.
Youth with a Mentor Are. . .
Each child is filled with remarkable promise. We have a collective responsibility to prevent violence or other forms of adversity that dampers children's potential to learn, grow, and contribute to our communities.
We Are Getting Noticed!
Students currently enrolled in one of our Columbus ASAS program sites are invited to enroll in our mentorship program. Click on the "Mentorship Enrollment" button below to get started.
Not enrolled in After-School All-Stars at your school/site?Please click on the "ASAS Student Enrollment" button below to get started. Once your child in accepted into our general ASAS program, they can enroll in the Mentorship Program.
Portal Access: If you are enrolled in the program and received a login, you can access the Mentor Portal here to update your profile, view your mentee(s), complete your assessments, and track your activities.
Kirstin came to All-Stars from the Columbus Division of Fire. A native of Columbus, she attended Columbus Alternative High School and received her Bachelors of Science from the University of Cincinnati. Kirstin has almost 10 years of experience working with at-risk youth and their families. She has worked on several initiatives in which she created and designed projects related to the dissemination of Trauma Informed Responsive Strategies and brain based interventions for children and families. She is a service oriented person who enjoys helping individuals and families achieve positive sustainable outcomes.
"Mentorship amplifies change, one relationship at a time." - Mentor National