Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado is looking for volunteer mentor just like you for their mentor2.0 program in partnership with Sheridan High School. The program’s goal is ensuring that every student graduates from high school and perseveres in a meaningful and significant post-secondary program.
DISH employee Rachael Kline was strategically matched with her mentee, Jeimy. Rachael had the following to say about Mentor2.0, “I’ve loved building off our past conversations, and seeing my mentee open up to me more. When we first connected, our conversations were brief and straightforward. Now I feel like we’re invested in each other’s lives. I’m just at the beginning of my mentoring journey, but seeing the progress we’ve made together in a few short months makes me excited for the years to come. I feel like I’m making a small difference in the community, and the relationship isn’t a one-way street, it is mutually beneficial.”
Mentoring is a journey, so why not start today? To learn more about becoming a mentor and to fill out the online inquiry and application, please visit: http://www.biglittlecolorado.org/page/mentor-2-0