Mentoring Matters: Big Brothers Big Sisters Miami Making A Big Difference For Kids & Mentors For more than 50 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters Miami has been matching at-risk kids with caring and committed mentors.
Mentoring Matters: South Florida Artist Creates Exceptional Young AdultsTeens here in South Florida are becoming creative artists, keeping them focused and preparing them for a bright future.
Mentoring Matters: Miami Teen Wins First-Ever National Girl Scouts Gold AwardFor the first time ever, a teenager from Miami wins the national "Girl Scouts Gold Award". She is one of just *ten* girls across the country to get the award this year.
Mentoring Matters: I Have A Dream Foundation Empowers Young Adults To Reach Their PotentialIt's after school math prep time for some 50 students at Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior High School in Northeast Miami Dade.
Mentoring Matters: Program Helping Retired Veterans Learn, Use InternetWe recently visited a program where foreign war vets are making sure they know how to stay connected on all levels.
Home Team After-School Program Inspires Students To Be Their BestAt Frances Tucker Elementary in Coconut Grove, one man is on a mission to change lives in the same area where he grew up and went to school.
Mentoring Matters: Architects On Mission To Diversify World Of Architecture & DesignCraig Aquart is a veteran architect and co-owner of M C Harry & Associates headquartered in Miami.
'He's Always There For You': Teen On Mentor, Coach With Passion For Tennis & His StudentsA South Florida tennis coach receives national honor but still has time to help others.
Big Sister Of The Year Is An Example Of Passion And PowerAround the country, hundreds volunteer through the Big Brothers Big Sisters Organization mentor young people in hopes of making a lasting change in their lives.
Unique Boutique In Miami Combines Mentoring And MoneyIt’s an unlikely pairing, women prisoners and entrepreneurs, but there is an organization of women that have figured out how to mentor, change lives and make money.
Mentoring Matters: Former AileyCamp Dancer Happily Giving Back To Younger StudentsStanding on the stage where she first learned how to dance, 17-year old Dymon Smith softly describes her passion for the arts.
Mentoring Matters: Mentor Wants To Tap Into Full PotentialRedeveloping communities into thriving business hubs takes a lot of time, hard work, and yes, even some mentoring from experts.