This is the most well-known BBBS national research mentoring model, which matches youth with volunteers who share common interests and activities that they plan together, simply sharing everyday experiences.
Big's and Little's meet for supervised sessions at a dedicated site, such as a school or a community center with adult mentors. Still experiencing a one-to-one mentoring relationship. Lunch Buddies/After School. Aimed at engaging elementary aged youth during their lunch time, matches explore activities around academic success, self-confidence and decision-making.
The focus of this program is aimed at engaging youth with adult mentors in educational and fun activities that explore various themes of youth development. Each volunteer is matched with one student who they will work with for the entire school year (and beyond!). During scheduled meeting times, matches participate in activities that are planned and facilitated by a Site-Based Specialist.
New Education Movement
The New Education Movement is a large, consolidated mentoring initiative established by the Detroit HBCU Network and Center for Student Advocacy, powered by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Detroit. The New Education Movement Initiative strives to save our children from the dangers of this world. Through new expansion the New Education Movement is currently seeking mentors, speakers and volunteers for various programs. Apply below today and help us change the life of all children for the better, forever!
National Mentoring Match of the Month
The picture of our featured National Mentoring Month Match Little, Damya teaching her Big, Trudi arts & crafts is priceless! Trudi has been a Big in the Comcast Beyond School Walls work site mentoring program since 2010.
Her previous Little graduated from elementary school last year and Trudi was eager to participate again with a new Little in the 2017-2018 school year! Trudi admires children's energy and her new Little, Damya, has a lot of it!
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On June 22nd, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metropolitan Detroit hosted its 2nd annual Great BIG Auction at the MotorCity Casino Sound Board Theater. Shattering last year’s record, nearly 300 people attended the new-style charity event that was hosted by Fox 2 News’ Maurielle Lue, Detroit News Columnist Chuck “Style Guru” Bennett and chaired by Rick Hampson, president of Citizens Bank of Michigan.
The Great Big Auction- “A Night in Paradise” featured a chance to bid on once-in- a-lifetime, experiential live auction packages created by the Class of 2018 Great Big Auction Warriors. This year’s Warrior class included:
Event Chairman: Rick Hampson- Citizens Bank
Host & Warrior: Chuck Bennett- Detroit News Columnist
Hostess: Maurielle Lue- Fox 2 Detroit News
Angye Ennis- Ennis Entertainment Media
Armond Rashad Harris- Jabs Gym
Chris Pence- CR6 Business Solutions
Chef Bobby (Robert) Nahra- Fox 2 Detroit
Dewey Steffen- Great Lakes Wealth
Garyn O. Davis- GM Financial
Grace Keros- American Coney Island
Jeannine Gant- BBBSMD
Laith Hanna- Motor City Petroleum
Ngum Suh- NLS Consultants
Rob Sims- OBDIOS Group LLC, Former Detroit Lions Player Comedianne "COCO" pictured above.
Surprise Warrior- HOUR Media
William “Bill” Avery- UBS