CBBBS programs work with people of all beliefs and backgrounds to nurture social and emotional development; improve academic achievement; build self-esteem; and empower at-risk young people, helping them to lead successful, productive lives.
In just four to eight hours a month, you can be a “BIG,” a mentor, a guide, and an indispensable role model for youth in need (our “Littles). You will not only make an enormous impact on their lives, but the activities and experiences you share will last a lifetime.
Parents, teachers, social workers and counselors, if you know of a child with promise, CBBBS can help you keep that promise. Time and again research studies have demonstrated that “mentoring helps at-risk youth succeed in school, work, and life.” Contact us and find out how.