Acceptance. Action.

The Autism Mentorship Program (A.M.P.) pairs local youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and trained post-secondary student-athletes to foster a safe, inclusive, and productive environment that promotes the child’s social, cognitive, and motor skill development.

Get Involved
With A.M.P

The success of the Autism Mentorship Program relies on the active involvement of parents, guardians, and families of children with ASD, student-athlete volunteers, and educational institutions.

Whether you’re the parent or guardian of a child with ASD or a post-secondary student-athlete, learn more about how to get involved with A.M.P.
Educational Institutions
Athlete Volunteers

How A.M.P. Works

ASD can present itself in many different ways. Some of our program participants may experience difficulties in various aspects of their lives. Our trained student-athlete volunteers have the capacity to alleviate some of the challenges that can be associated with ASD.

What We Do

A.M.P. promotes asset-based mutually beneficial connections that promote inclusive and accessible communities.

The connections between our program participants and our student-athlete provide:
A.M.P. Volunteers At A Glance