Mentoring

Big Brother Mentoring

The Big Brothers mentoring program provides boys and young men with a role model to talk to and share the experiences of growing up with. Through regular outings, a relationship is developed between the mentor and the mentee, which is built on trust and common interests, and is supported by our experienced case-workers. The result is a life-changing experience for both the mentor and the mentee.

Join us for a better tomorrow.

Mentoring For a Better Tomorrow.​

At Big Brother and Sister, we believe in the transformative impact of positive role models and supportive relationships. Our mission is to connect mentors with young individuals, creating meaningful connections that empower and inspire. Through our mentoring programs, we strive to make a lasting difference in the lives of young people, helping them navigate challenges, discover their potential, and build a better tomorrow. Join us in our journey to make a positive difference and become a part of the Big Brother and Sister family. Together, we can create a world where every child has the opportunity to thrive and succeed.

Big Sister Mentoring

We want all young women and girls to dream big and have the skills to reach their full potential. Thanks to caring and supportive mentors, we’re proud that girls in our Big Sister program develop a stronger sense of self-confidence, better social awareness, and report having better mental health!

The Big Sisters mentoring program provides girls and young women with a role model to talk to and share the experiences of growing up with. Through regular outings, a relationship is developed between the mentor and the mentee, which is built on trust and common interests, and is supported by our experienced case-workers. The result is a life-changing experience for both the mentor and the mentee.

IN school Mentoring

In school mentoring has mentors who are still in school themselves, go over to an elementary school during their lunch hour to participate in an activity with a young person. They engage in activities such as board games or go outside, sometimes group activity happens as well. Mentors are encouraged to participate in only activities that are engaging and not directly towards school work.

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