'I Wanted A Child I Could Make A Difference On': Big Brother Of The Year On Becoming MentorAdam Lickstein is being honored as Big Brother of the Year for transforming life of his 'brother' as a mentor
Mentoring Matters: Leading By Example Is Path To Success For Mentor Hugo MantillaLuis Nieto and Hugo Mantilla have gotten together for a variety of activities since they were matched by Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Mentoring Matters: Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez Giving Back Through Big Brothers Big SistersAddel Jean, 16, is a bit nervous on this day.
Focus On South Florida: Big Brothers Big Sisters MiamiMentoring enhances children's lives and steers them in a direction to be more productive adults.
Mentoring Matters: Special Bond Between Mentor, Mentee Creates Unique FamilyFor Vanessa Perry and her mentor Erin Lewis, the zoo is a place to spend the day, not only seeing wildlife, but also talking and catching up, as they’ve done for nearly a decade.
'Mentoring Has Changed Me': Teen Boasts About Her 'Big Sister'Teenage girl says her mentor has helped change her life.
Mentoring Matters: Big Brothers, Big Sisters Visit Santa’s Enchanted ForrestA hundred lucky kids are getting an early start on the holiday season with a visit to Santa's Enchanted Forest in Tropical Park.
Mentoring Matters: 'Bigs In Blue' Pairs Cops With Kids'Bigs In Blue", a program within Big Brothers Big Sisters pairs law enforcement with young kids in need of mentors.
Mentoring Matters: Mentor Inspires Independence & Openness In Underprivileged Girls“My big sister has inspired me to express my feelings more, and be open to new friends,” said 12-year-old Janiya Tuff.
Mentoring Matters: Sisters Bond By Facing Fears & Finding AdventureIt is rare to find one’s perfect match, but 33-year-old Ingrid Lopez and 13-year-old Alexis Forston say they have done just that.
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.