Since 1974, Berkeley County Youth Services Center, Inc. has been helping to make a difference in the lives of children and youth in our community. Doing business as, Junior Mentoring Programs (JUMP), we serve children, aged 6-18, who are primarily from single parent families. We currently serve 130 children, with approximately 60 waiting to be matched with an adult mentor.
Our success results from the generous contributions of time and support from the community. For as little as 3-5 hours, two times a month, you too can be a part of a beautiful relationship with a child. This is all the time we ask of you to devote to a child.
Ashley Kilmer, MSW
Ashley joined Junior Mentoring Programs as an intern in August of 2007. Upon her graduation from Shepherd University, with a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work in May of 2008, she was hired as a full-time staff member. While working as the Enrollment and Match Specialist, Ashley completed her Master's Degree in Social Work at Salisbury University in May of 2010. Ashley became the Executive Director in November of 2012. Through high school and her undergraduate degree, Ashley worked as a teacher at Nikki's Child Development Center in Berkeley Springs. At her church, Ashley teaches the 3-5 year old Sunday School class.