KAMP is a community initiative in every sense. Its delivery is dependent on the efforts and support of dedicated volunteers from the community. KAMP values the knowledge and experience of all community members, and seeks to integrate intergenerational contributions in delivering its services.
KAMP as an organization is divided into the following components:
Mentees and Mentors
High school mentees and post-secondary student mentors are the core of KAMP’s organization. The following groups work to support the mentorship relationship between mentees and mentors.
Chapter Heads represent KAMP at lower-mainland post-secondary institutions. They are responsible for on-campus recruitment and preparing mentors at their respective campuses for delivery of weekly academic mentoring sessions. The Chapter Heads for the 2016-2017 school year are:
University of British Columbia
- Julie-Anne Aguilar
Simon Fraser University
- Calvin Bondoc
Kwantlen Polytechnic University
- Victor Cortez
- Applications being accepted at email@example.com
Kaya Community Society
The Executive Director and the Board of Directors of the Kaya Community Society provide institutional support to the Chapter Heads and Mentors in the delivery of KAMP’s programming to high school mentees.
Community Consultants and Supporters
Community Consultants and Supporters provide expertise and material support to KAMP. KAMP recognizes that the community has a number of individuals with professional expertise in a variety of areas. As such, KAMP seeks to work with community organizers, academics, professionals and business persons of all kinds to help achieve its mission.