Reaching Out to Kids Since 1995

The TriVillage Mentor League offers mentoring-related experiences to school-age children in partnership with teen and adult volunteers to promote well-being and volunteerism.

Founded in 1995 as an initiative to offer more youth support locally, we are a nonprofit organization serving the central Ohio TriVillage communities of Marble Cliff, Grandview Heights, and Upper Arlington.

Mentoring & More After-School Mentoring Program

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TriVillage Mentor League plans and manages after-school mentoring programs for elementary school children. From the start, this effort has been the foundation of our work on behalf of young people in our community.

Our Mentoring & More after-school program matches elementary school kids with high school student mentors. Over the course of the school year, teen mentors and kids spend time together, participating in a variety of activities.

Mentoring Makes a Difference

Children who receive mentoring frequently improve their school performance and social skills. According to Big Brothers Big Sisters evaluation of central Ohio after-school mentoring programs, over 60% of participants improve academic performance. Even more report a more positive sense of the future. Nearly 80% report greater self-confidence and an increased capacity for expressing their feelings.

Summer Camps

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Big Brothers Big Sisters Partnership

Big Brothers Big Sisters GraphicTriVillage Mentor League works in partnership with Big Brothers Big Sisters to assist families seeking a traditional big brother or big sister match for a child. We recruit and assist potential local adult volunteers for BBBS.

College Scholarships

graphic for John Miller Scholarship FundTriVillage Mentor League selectively awards college scholarships to high school seniors that participate in TVML programs from its John Miller Scholarship Fund.