Right now, there are boys and girls around Greater Boston looking for a mentor, a guide, a friend – someone who can help them reach their potential. That someone could be you – and it could be the most rewarding thing you’ve ever done!
We offer two volunteering options:
Mentor 2.0 – technology-enhanced one-to-one mentoring program that provides transformative 1-1 support for low-income and first-generation high school students to prepare them for high school success, college matriculation and workforce readiness. This program makes it easier than ever to become a Big through weekly online communication and monthly in-person meetings. We work with Boston Green Academy in Brighton and the Edward Kennedy Academy of Health Careers in the Fenway, both accessible by car and the Green Line, and the Community Academy of Science and Health in Dorchester, accessible by car and the Red Line.
Community-Based Mentoring – our traditional 1-to-1 mentoring program where you meet with a Little Brother or Sister 7-12 years old at least twice a month for a few hours each.
AFTER YOU FILL OUT THIS FORM:
- We will reach out to you to explain next steps in the application process and schedule your interview.
- Attend the Accenture Lunch & Learn on Friday, June 28th from 12pm-1pm and have us answer any lingering questions.
- Prepare yourself to be a part of something “Big”!
For any further questions, please contact Caroline Krantz at CKrantz@bbbsmb.org.