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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh - Be a Middle School Mentor at Arsenal

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh

Be a Middle School Mentor, a United Way initiative, matches adult volunteers from the community with Pittsburgh Public Middle School students. The program seeks to provide students with a caring adult Mentor and role-model. The program meets once a week for approximately 45 minutes during the school year. Each program is led by a Site-Coordinator who plans the activity for the session. The activities focus on 4 areas of development for the student: Pittsburgh, Promise Readiness, College/Career options, Like Skill Development, and Relationship-building. We will follow all CDC guidelines and school protocols regarding COVID19.

Program Logistics:

Arsenal Middle School (Lawrenceville)- Tuesdays - 12:00 - 12:45

To learn more about how to volunteer email: mappel@bbbspgh.org

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About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh

Location:

5989 Centre Avenue, Suite 1, Pittsburgh, PA 15206, US

Mission Statement

The mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh is to make positive differences in the lives of children by providing one-to-one mentoring programs and related services that help youth discover their highest potential and grow to become responsible adults leading productive and rewarding lives.

Description

For more than 40 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh has been recognized as the premier mentoring organization in the region. Since 1965, we have matched more than 13,000 children with responsible, caring adult mentors. Preventative in nature, our program unites the agency staff, volunteer mentors, and parents/guardians who work together to deter the occurrence of problematic behaviors in children before they are able to take root. Through role modeling, guidance and friendship, our volunteers fill a void for children who are critically in need of stable and supportive bonds with caring adults.

Children & Youth
Community
Education & Literacy

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

220 40th StreetPittsburgh, PA 15201

(40.46767,-79.96246)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • 1 hour a week during the school year

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