Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters welcomes volunteers 18 years and over to give their time to change the life of a child. They facilitate and professionally support mentoring relationships that focus on educational success, avoidance of risky behaviors and gaining social competence. Their success is defined by the outcomes achieved for children, the increased number of children impacted and the community benefits created when children achieve lifelong success
- Serve as a "big brother" or "big sister" in the role of mentoring a child.
- Choose to work in a site-based or community-based relationship.
- Mentors work one on one with mentee either weekly or two to four times monthly.
- Lead activities in the community or work with their little in after school setting to help with homework.