Mentoring Matters: Big Brothers Big Sisters Take On Leadership LessonsAndre and Andy were brought together by the Big Brothers Big Sisters School to Work Program and they quickly became mentor and mentee.
Mentoring Matters: Little Sister Worked Hard To Earn Big & Bright FutureMonet Guardado is the oldest of four and the first to traditionally graduate high school in her family and the first to go to college.
Mentoring Matters: Big Sister Becomes Ultimate Role Model For Teen Who Lost MomIt’s clear Florangel Lopez feels at home at Marlins Stadium, as she saunters through the halls.
Mentoring Matters: Program Helps Duo Form Real Brotherly BondRob Collins and Keiliel Jones were matched by the Big Brothers Big Sisters program 8 years ago.
Big Brother Mentor Provided Support, Guidance To "Man Of The House"David Greenberger and Seth Cheever are friends with a long history, one that spans more than two decades.
Mentoring Matters: Big Brother Teaches Little Not To Race Through LifeWhen Chad Van Horn moved to Florida from Pittsburgh several years ago, he was looking for a way to connect with the community. He found that connection with Desmond.
Mentoring Matters: Carnival Center Of Excellence Opens For Kids & MentorsMentoring kids in South Florida got a big boost on Monday with the official opening of the Carnival Center for Excellence, the new headquarters for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami.
Mentoring Matters: Local Company Teaches ‘Littles’ Life LessonsA local company is giving employees time during the week to stop and give back in unforgettable ways.
Mentoring Matters: 2-Time Super Bowl Champion Inspires Others To Give BackHis fingers may be studded with NFL Championship rings now, but Darrin Smith’s journey to stardom wasn’t an easy one.
Focus On South Florida: Big Brothers Big Sisters
Heat Charitable Fund Donates $350K To Big Brothers Big SistersThe Miami Heat organization made a big donation to a local organization this week.
Senators Clash Over Exemptions From Child-Care LicensingA bill that would make clear national groups like the Boys and Girls Clubs are exempt from Florida licensing requirements is stalled in a legislative committee, sparking a clash between two state senators.