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Big Brothers Community Mentor
ORGANIZATION: Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver
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49 people are interested
Make a BIG impact in little time!
The Big Brothers mentoring program provides supportive one-to-one mentoring relationships to children and youth in our local communities.
A Mentor is a volunteer and role model that a Mentee can talk to, learn from, and share experiences with. Through regular weekly outings, a relationship builds on trust, common interests, and fun!
The Mentor/Mentee match is monitored and supported by our experienced caseworkers, and the Parent/Guardian, to ensure positive and meaningful relationships.
Who can be a Big Brothers Mentor?
Male, trans, and gender diverse individuals who are 18+.
Inclusive and welcoming of Mentors of all sexual orientations.
Reliability, consistency, dedication, and respectfulness of others.
What are the requirements?
A one-year commitment to one-to-one mentoring.
Able to meet weekly for 2-4 hours with a Mentee.
Able to express care, challenge growth, provide support, share power, affirm identity, and expand possibilities with a child or youth.
Who are the Little Brother Mentees?
Boys, trans, and gender diverse children and youth between the ages of 7 and 14 years old.
Those who would benefit from having an additional caring adult role model in their lives.
Surrey, White Rock, Delta, Richmond, Port Moody, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, New Westminster, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Burnaby and Vancouver
To apply, simply start here: https://www.bigbrothersvancouver.com/volunteer-application-what-should-i-expect/
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About Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver
102 - 1193 Kingsway, 102, Vancouver, BC V5V 3C9, CA
We enable impactful mentoring relationships where children and youth can discover their power and potential, in collaboration with our local communities.
When our children are emotionally, socially and physically healthy, everyone in the community benefits. That’s why we’ve worked with community stakeholders to develop a variety of programs to meet the needs of children and families in Greater Vancouver. Having one or more caring adults in a child’s life can help prevent issues like bullying and crime, so that children can grow in to more resilient, more giving, and more compassionate adults. Join us in strengthening communities, one child at a time. All of our programs and services are offered to families free of charge, thanks to the support of volunteers, individual donors, local businesses, and foundations.
The Greater Vancouver AreaVancouver, V5V3C9Canada
March 31, 2023
- People Skills
- Relationship Building
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 2-4 hours per week